I started really loving the wipe on/wipe off technique and decided to go all in with texture and impressions. This lead me to make some little things I called yurts. Only a few came out that I didn't think were totally ugly (a very common thing in ceramics) and I used what I liked about them to continue making more functional pieces...stay tuned for those.
|slab built body with hand formed flowers on the roof|
|front and back for luminary yurt made with farmy doodads and mason stain mixed with glaze|
|one side of my first lidded jar, about 10" tall|
|I used the tip of a glass cutter, nails, metal rings, lath ends, pad lock shackle, and more.|