Biking is a popular activity in the Kootenays and I’ve had fun using “stamps” to make bike plates.
I will have a booth at the Kootenay Festival this Saturday, July 22, 2017, at Castlegar.
I love my new kiln, but because it is larger than my old one it takes me longer to fill it especially for a bisque firing. It’s now loaded and I hope to fire it this week. There are 4 more very full shelves below this one.
I’m always on the look out for wooden spreaders, honey dippers and spoons to use as accessories with my pots. I was excited when I found this wooden spreader in the book store in Rossland yesterday. It’s made by a crafter in Castlegar.
These small bowls make good dip servers. They are 5″ x 2 1/2″.
I will have a booth at Trail’s IncEdible Farmer’s Market this Saturday, June 3, 10 am – 2 pm.
Oink, oink. More pieces from the latest kiln load.
I am quite pleased with how these bowls turned out. I have been experimenting with different glazing styles and am very pleased with the colorful design of this first bowl.