Ang's design blog about Obvara firing I wondered what it was. Ang has a video on her blog about Obvara firing. After researching all about Obvara I wished I had my raku kiln here with me. You know I'd be trying it right away. Working with clay is fun. Even with all the mistakes and failures it's the fun and the experimentation that keeps me sticking with clay. The yarn bell above was made by Cathi Newlin and is available on Etsy.
Kelsey Schroeder has a wonderful pictorial on her facebook page showing how Obvara pottery is made. The pot above was made by Kelsey.
sepia tone photography. Above is a photograph I took of a blue heron in Florida and I have applied the sepia tone technique to the photo. Sepia tone brings a soft and nostalgic look to contrasting objects in photos.
Janice Chassier. She said the pots come out smelling like pizza or burnt toast. Ha. All I need is a new studio to try this technique out, hopefully sooner than later. Today I am missing clay; can you tell? this post is part of Mud Colony what's happening in the studio. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.