After a long break, I can begin posting pictures of my ceramics again. I went to Ukiah last weekend and fired my glaze kiln twice. It is so good to be back making pots again. My broken arm was a serious situation, but it didn't end my creative life. And now I can get on with the throwing and experiments that I was planning last May.
Here are some pictures from my first firing. First there's the loaded kiln, ready to light. Then the finished load when I opened it the next day. Finally there's a picture of all the pots from the kiln unloaded and displayed on my kitchen table. Click on any picture to see a larger version.
It's funny. I like the dark temmoku glaze but it's not my favorite. But last year many, many people looking at my pots really loved the temmoku pieces. So this firing was mostly with that glaze. Gonna give the people what they want.