More pots! Heading into our last week of throwing. A new teapot style. The latest Raku- using not only horse hair, but now we’ve added feathers.
A group of young folks aged 6-13 are making a dinnerware set for eight together. So far each piece has been carefully formed and smoothed in preparation for firing and glazing- with a little help from Mom and Grandma! Come see it in the pottery booth.
November has arrived, and everyone is currently very busy finishing preparations for the 2015 Fair! 2015 has been a very busy, productive year, and there are new things to look for at this year’s Fair. In the Pottery shop, we have a new glaze and firing method called Raku. Check out the photos of the …
Master Potter Kelly Morton is hand building 4 sets of electric lamps for this year’s Fair. There’s 11 pounds of clay in each lamp and it takes a whole week to build 8 of them. The squares on the table are lids that fit on the lamps.
Here’s a brief glimpse of what’s going on inside the Potter’s House: We have student pottery on the rack about to head out to the kiln and student potter Ethan is helping to push clay through the handle maker for mugs! There’s lots happening in preparation for the fair in the Potter’s House this month, …