Thursday, July 30, 2009

A Plate A Day

A quick post to let you know two of my plates were featured on A Plate A Day. Click the link to see my Possum Platter, 9" x 12", stoneware with sgraffito (as yet unfired Cone 10), and my Garden Fairy at Dusk, 9", stoneware with multiple brushed glazes, cone 10 reduction. This is a blog to visit regularly so be sure to bookmark the site. Each weekday Mignon Khargie highlights a plate from a different ceramic artist. Thanks Mignon.

17 comments:

  1. I love that plate! Glad to see it out there for all the world to see!

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  2. Hi Meredith, thanks, my little possum is quite the traveler, he'll have to travel to another city to get Cone 10 fired too.

    Hi Miri, thanks.

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  3. YAY! Congrats on the Plate a Day post. The plates are great! I haven't made a plate in the longest time, they just don't raku that well. I think the fairy plate could be a raku candidate though. Using underglazes, it would be great I bet.

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  5. Hi Tracy, thanks, I like making plates and bowls because they are a nice canvas for drawings. I had forgotten about painting on glazes on the fairy plate, which was a feat in itself. I had a tough time getting plates and platters to make it through Cone 10 but finally achieved some success.

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  6. congrats linda... love that possum plate

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  7. Thanks Jim, I'm thinking of making some smaller plates to go along with it with some baby possum.

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  8. Fantastic - I love the possum plate!

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  9. Sweet and totally UNIQUE! Love um! Good for you!

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  10. Holy Cow Linda!!! There are amazing plates on that site. Congratulations, you deserve it!! I LOVED your Possum Platter when you had it on your Blog :o)

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  11. Hi Mary, thanks.

    Hi Gary, cook eh.

    Hi Cindy, yeah the lowly possum is happy to hang out with some really spectacular plates.

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  12. gary should be cool, not cook, but could be cooked possum too. he he

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  13. wow.. that garden fairy one. I especially like the swirls... the spirals, or whatever they're called. Oh, and yes, my job is great. It's good to have income. One of the biggest downfalls about it is that I am spending less time in the studio. Guess that's why they call it 'work'. :) peace~

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  14. Hi Amy, thanks, the fairy was an experiment in applied decoration, glad you like it. Hope you don't work too hard.

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