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2014 in review December 30, 2014

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A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,100 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 52 trips to carry that many people.

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Plates with Colored Porcelain Inlay April 5, 2012

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These plates started as a slab. I prepared colored porcelain by overlaping multiple strips of different colors and rolled in a coil. I then cut this slices of colored coil (~2 mm thick) and layed them out on slab. Using pony roller I slowly rolled the pieces into the slab taking care not to thin out the slab. Then I cut out the circle and paced it upside down on a hump hydro-bat mold (The Ceramic Shop, Philadelphia), and threw the plate on a wheel. I then added a thin coil and threw a foot ring.

After bisque firing, the plates were finished with a clear glaze and blue glaze sprayed in the middle, and fired in reduction at cone 10.

Sugar and Creamer February 17, 2012

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Sugar and Creamer. Porcelain, wheel thrown and altered, cone 10 reduction.

 This set was thrown on the wheel and then altered. The tray was thrown as a disc and stretched. It was then fit into the mold with two round bisque weight to define the sitting places for sugar and creamer, and the rim was shaped. The sugar was thrown as a closed form and the lid was cut out at the leatherhard stage.

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