Using red clay as a canvas allows me to add imagery into my forms. I like to use ‘reversed’ textures ... Read more
Adam’s River, near where we live, is home to one of the world’s largest Sockeye runs. In the beginning the ... Read more
It is a type of clay that forms a close bond with glazes. When fired the glaze and the clay ... Read more
Here are a few tips to help you care for your wares. WashingLike any pottery, commercial or handmade, it’s okay ... Read more
They sit overnight and firm up. In the morning I add handles and stamp them with swirls to give character ... Read more
The firing was a success. Now it’s time to sand the bottoms of the pots.
Here’s a video on how I glaze a spouted bowl by layering glaze with a brush, and doing a full ... Read more
Before glazing, pottery needs to be waxed so the glaze doesn’t stick to the bottoms of the pots. Watch this ... Read more
Back on the wheel today throwing mugs. Here’s how I create the cylinder, the first part of the process.
The Thompson, Okanagan and Shuswap areas form a natural region in which potters and clay artists exchange ideas and support ... Read more