New pots

pjkatich

Chumono
Messages
826
Reaction score
33
Location
Northeast Florida
USDA Zone
9
How about a few Crescent Pots.

I hope you enjoy.

Regards,
Paul
 

Attachments

  • 259-045-11.02.jpg
    259-045-11.02.jpg
    70.7 KB · Views: 34
  • 259-046-11.01.jpg
    259-046-11.01.jpg
    60.1 KB · Views: 30
  • 259-049-11.02.jpg
    259-049-11.02.jpg
    75.3 KB · Views: 36
  • 306-096-11.02.jpg
    306-096-11.02.jpg
    55.9 KB · Views: 30
  • 306-097-11.02.jpg
    306-097-11.02.jpg
    65.5 KB · Views: 28

will0911

Shohin
Messages
337
Reaction score
8
Location
Northwest, FL
USDA Zone
8/9
im trying to con my wife into taking a pottery class and making me a few of these! I like the darker colored ones....just my preference.....if i have one
 

tmmason10

Omono
Messages
1,836
Reaction score
78
Location
North Attleboro, MA
USDA Zone
6b
You are a potter too? These look pretty good well done. Do you have examples of any others you have created?
 

pjkatich

Chumono
Messages
826
Reaction score
33
Location
Northeast Florida
USDA Zone
9
You are a potter too? These look pretty good well done. Do you have examples of any others you have created?

Yes Tom, I also make pots.

Just scroll down through the other threads in this section and you will find more examples of my work.

Thanks for the kind words.

Regards,
Paul
 

pjkatich

Chumono
Messages
826
Reaction score
33
Location
Northeast Florida
USDA Zone
9
Any newer pots to show?

Libby

Yes, as a matter of fact, I do Libby.

Here are a few that came out of the last firing.

This first one is a rectangular pot

259-030-11.02a.jpg

The next two are ovals.

306-055-11.01a.jpg

306-106-11.01a.jpg

And here are two round ones.

PX-054-11a.jpg

257-039-11a.jpg

I hope you enjoy.

Regards,
Paul
 

Si Nguyen

Omono
Messages
1,046
Reaction score
183
Location
Lake Forest, CA
Wow! Nice work! I love the 3rd pot (oval green) and the 5th (round white) pot!
Thanks for showing your work!
 

pjkatich

Chumono
Messages
826
Reaction score
33
Location
Northeast Florida
USDA Zone
9
Hello Si,

You have a good eye.

The third pot you commented on is finished in a Tea Dust glaze which is one of my favorites.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

Regards,
Paul
 

bumblebee

Mame
Messages
163
Reaction score
51
Location
Dauphin Island, Ala
USDA Zone
9B
I especially like the last one. That glaze on the white body is beautiful.

Libby
 

pjkatich

Chumono
Messages
826
Reaction score
33
Location
Northeast Florida
USDA Zone
9
I especially like the last one. That glaze on the white body is beautiful.

Libby

Thanks Libby, I appreciate the compliment.

I like that particular combination also. The pot is made from a porcelain clay body and is finished with one of my ash glazes.

Regards,
Paul
 

Stan Kengai

Omono
Messages
1,171
Reaction score
1,305
Location
North Georgia
USDA Zone
7a
Very nice work on this last batch, like works of art by themselves. I could set #3 on my desk and look at it all day.
 

JudyB

Queen of the Nuts
Messages
12,745
Reaction score
19,309
Location
South East of Cols. OH
USDA Zone
6a
Love those ovals. I took a quick look at your website, but don't see any online store... Do you sell pots online at all?
 

pjkatich

Chumono
Messages
826
Reaction score
33
Location
Northeast Florida
USDA Zone
9
Very nice work on this last batch, like works of art by themselves. I could set #3 on my desk and look at it all day.

Hello Stan,

Thank you for taking the time to comment on my work. I appreciate the kind words.

The particular pot you commented on is made from a brown stoneware clay body and is finished in one of my Oribe glazes. I like this Oribe glaze very much myself.

Regards,
Paul
 

snobird

Mame
Messages
108
Reaction score
1
Beautiful as always. The last pot : is it glazed or burnished stoneware?
 

pjkatich

Chumono
Messages
826
Reaction score
33
Location
Northeast Florida
USDA Zone
9
Beautiful as always. The last pot : is it glazed or burnished stoneware?

Hello snobird,

The pot you asked about is made from a brown stoneware clay body and finished with an engobe.

An engobe is basically a slip that is applied to the surface of the pot just like a glaze.

Here is a link that helps explain this a bit better: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramic...r-demystifies-three-common-pottery-materials/

I appreciate the compliment.

Cheers,
Paul
 

Similar threads

Top Bottom