I've returned to my most favorite way of working with clay:
It's a slow, methodical process. I shied away from it because there's only but so fast you can go. However, with the challenge of making pots sans wheel, I found it fitting into my aesthetic now more than ever.
I'm so happy with how this big guy turned out! I left some of the coil texture on the outside and added some slothy goodness to the bottom for a sweet surprise. I've got two more bowls to glaze fire; one with a dancing sloth and one with a kitty cat. They take up quite a bit of real estate in the tiny kiln, so they're all taking turns.
Cant wait to see those glazed!
I've decided to start offering made to order mugs! I've found my groove in the studio since the move back in May, which means I can start rolling out some new ideas!
This candy corn party mug is the first, super fitting for the upcoming season. It'll only be available for the month of september so act fast if this is your jam :)
I'll be adding a few other made to order mugs to the etsy shop soon. What would you like to see?
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