Saturday, February 19, 2005

My favorite bus stop

My favorite bus stop

I wish alll bus stops were like this one.
~Craig

Korean Inspiration

Korean Inspiration

I find this Korean pot very inspirational. I believe that it is one of
Korean's national treasures. It comes from the period where stoneware
is just starting to come into it's own.

Wednesday, February 16, 2005


Teabowls, left to right: 1. Ash glaze, rope impression and gosu, iron and hakame inlay. 2. shigaraki clay, hakame inlay. 3. Shino glaze. Ash deposit 4. ash glaze, slip decorated 5. Shigaraki clay, hakame inlay.
copyright 2005 Lee Love


Shigaraki clay, hakame slip inlay.
copyright 2005 Lee Love


Ash glaze, iron, cobalt and hakame slip decorated.
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Shigaraki clay, hakame slip inlay (plum blossom design)
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Temmoku glazed tsubo
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Tuesday, February 15, 2005


I tested a lineblend of Korean Kaolin and Neph Sye. First tile on the left is 70% Korean Kaolin and 30% Neph Sye, 2nd is 60/40, 3rd is 50/50 , 4th is 30/60 and last is 30/70 First and second tiles look like Avery slip.
copyright 2005 Lee Love

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