Back in the mud

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Between the September/October Grand Canyon river trip,
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Lee’s recent injury (fractured pelvis, fractured sacrum and concussion attendant to falling off a horse)
and the usual fall chores like getting wood in for the kiln….
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it has taken me a while to get the wheel rolling again.
Here are some stills from the blur that the past week has been.
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If I am ever in doubt about where to start I warm up with various sized mugs.
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Bread bakers.
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Jugs. I always stack the top of my bag wall with jugs or some other tall items.

I’ll be throwing for the next few days and then turning my attention to glazing and firing.


2 Responses to “Back in the mud”

  1. gary Hatcher Says:

    Love those wet pots. Beautiful handling of clay and attention to detail. I also do a run of pitchers or bottles for the bag wall of the kiln. Serious ashing and patterns in that area….some cracking as well from time to time. Will make it to your shop one of these days.

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