You can take a journey back in time and experience a slice of life that dates back over 30,000 years.Or you can take a look at our brand new pit firing page!
As many of you know, we did a pit firing for pottery here a few weeks ago. I was so happy with this years results, that I am excited to share these little wonders with you! You can take a look at these pieces here, they are available for viewing and for sale, and I’d really love it, if you let me know what you think of them in the comments.
Some of you may be wondering right now, what the heck is a pit firing? It’s the most ancient technique to fire pottery. You can read more about the process here, in our post last year for our 2019 pit firing, or just enjoy these process pictures from this years firing.
Let me know what you think about our 2020 pit crew.
I think even RuPaul might appreciate the charisma and uniqueness of these pieces!
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These are lovely! My favourite one is the one on the top row, in the middle.
Thank you for your kind comment! I am partial to that one too. Keep well!
How COOOOL that is!!! Wow. They are crazy beautiful! Cheers!!! ❤️
Thank you for your kind comment, I appreciate it! Keep well!
My pleasure! And Thank You! You too!!! 💖
Thank you! So glad you like them! It is fun doing something different like this. Hope you are keeping well!
I bet that was fun!!! And Thank You. All good here. I hope You are keeping well also!!! 💖
They are very different when fired this way, I like each one for their differences. 😊
Thanks John! I appreciate your perspective, as always! Keep well
I love the scorched quality of the glazes on these- they look like they are made from puffs of smoke 👌
That makes sense as they are made from puffs of smoke 🙂
Oh, so lovely! What a nice collection you got out of that Pit firing!
Thank you Lynda! So glad you like them! I hope you are keeping safe and well!
I love the top row left and right pieces. They feel like riotous orange magma is living inside like sacred embers warming pools of inner life.
The orange of the glowing coals really comes through sometimes! It’s magical to experience, and so glad you mentioned it. Keep well, Jordan!
The pots are so graceful! And the men are good lookin too! ( what happened to the guy in the middle? hahah )
ahh RuPaul! He is the reason they are all there 🙂
(also thanks for your kind comment, Chris!)
They are gorgeous and all so unique in their own way!
Thank you Eugenia! So glad you like them. I hope you are keeping safe and well!
Those look amazing! It’s as if the fire left its own artwork over their surface.
That is because it did! 🙂 Thank you for your kind comment, I am so glad you like them! 🙏