16 May 2010

My Bartmann Homage

This beauty (if I do say so myself) is one of my new favorites from  the firing. I'm using it as I work on my photography skills. It is 17" tall and 10" wide. The glass beads I put in the eyes created a raccoon-like effect that is pretty cool. I made this pot right after the salt glaze conference that I attended at Colonial Williamsburg in March...full of inspiration after sitting in the exhibition that was assembled for this event for hours.

8 comments:

Hollis Engley said...

Lovely pot, great photos. Looks like it's working.

Linda Starr said...

Great pot and photography.

littlewrenpottery.co.uk said...

wow thats beautiful love the slip trailing, fabulous.

cindy shake said...

I LOVE the face on that pot! Not only is your form, glaze and surface design GREAT the photography lighting really shows the richness of the piece!

doug Fitch said...

It's a stunner Dan

jimgottuso said...

that's a beauty dan and the photos are great too.

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Such a lovely shaped jug, enhanced by the spirals on the sides.

Melissa said...

Beautiful pot! I love the face -- really great!

It was nice talking to you today :)