A potter stores away lots of ideas for a later date. Sometimes a "later date" comes around at last. Here are my trial efforts as they come up.
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Stoneware wall piece. Slab work, indented, underglazed and pierced.
glazes cone 6, including a SDSU crawl glaze
Clay amounts for different size vessels. Lakeside Pottery's website has great information.
Continuing with the small slab vessels, adding handles, and using leftover strips to weave another, similar dish. Same form, different feeling entirely. Added a bird to the rim.
In my never-ending search for my best Seder Plate design, this seems to be as close to the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow as I've come. I made three! About 16" diameter.
"Stems and Leaves" Small Ovals
"Stems and Leaves" Small Ovals — Mimi Stadler Pottery- here is some brushwork on completed oval dishes thrown, stretched and "relaxed" into those bisque slump molds I made.
I threw the bottomless rings on the potter's wheel, ovalized them, and bisque-fired them. They can be used repeatedly now. Then I threw flat plates (8 oz, 11 oz, & 3 lbs) on the wheel, stretched them oval a little on canvas, and slumped them into the oval bisqued rings. Voila! Nice freeform little bowls and serving plate.