I was honored to have my little fern imprint vase (#9 in previous post) selected for a student display in the outside display window of the pottery studio. It wasn't there last weekend when I checked, but I was pleased to see it today, and surprised to see that a second piece was also on display, one of my Bartmann jugs.
Here it is with the setting sun on it :
in progress here) was thrown from 1200g of P570 white clay, and then embellished with extra clay and slip. Unfortunately, the poor fellow has a cracked bottom, even though I trimmed him somewhat (and stamped him too). His beard and facial features were touched with a bit of "Bob Kingsmill" iron oxide based stain, before glazing him with Amber Celadon. I love the deepness of the color, and the way the glaze breaks nicely on the leaves and other embellishments. Fortunately, I had already glazed and picked up my decorative goblet (#12 in this post), so I knew the Amber Celadon would be a great choice.
I also got a better photo of my fern imprint vase (#9 in this post), this one golden from the setting sun: