Thursday, April 28, 2016

Results of pottery class.

 
Wow, it's been a while since I posted.  

Just posting to show off some pottery. 


This first one is after an early Jomen style pot I saw online.  In the museum, it had a little wire display to hold it upright.  I attempted to make one in class, but they kept falling apart.  Ended up using a chuck to send it through the final firing.  
 

 It was meant to boil things in, so I'm assuming that the original makers would have set it into a firepit or a pit with hot ashes. 
 


Inspiration for this next pot was from a book on Pueblo and Hopi pottery.  There were some that were very simple minimalist forms / decoration.   
 

Inspiration for this bowl is Mimbre.  Though the Mimbre never decorated the bottoms of their bowls.  I don't think they put feet on them either.  
 
 




Also another "after the Mimbres" bowl, this time it has a 'kill-hole'. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
And a rattle, with a 'base' so that it sounds prettier than a rattle with no extension.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
Plain little small bowl, with 'horseapple' texture on the underside.  
 
 
 

Anyway, if anyone wants to purchase something, please feel free to contact me.  I have to save up money, in case I need to have the hysterectomy and have to be out of work for two months.  

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