Schedule for this year is set. Two less shows this year due to planned travel to Japan in August. Mailing has been sent, and now putting prices and packing. I am debating to update the show canopy with better one. It costs around $1500. It is more stable against the winds, and has more roomy… Continue reading Teapot 52 and 2013 Schedule
Let’s head for 100 teapots. Here is one of a kind teapot #51.
I started making one of a kind teapot in early 2011 inspired by Fong Choo’s teapots. Now, finally I made fifty. It was great exercise, to imagine new shapes as well as learning construction. It did sell well. It also saved many greenwares. A time spent building a teapot gave enough time to dry… Continue reading Teapot 50
Weather forecaster was predicting the bad night from the Hurricane Sandy last night, but we dodged bullets. It was windy and raining hard, but no major damages around my neighborhood. It is while sine I made the one of a kind teapot. Number 46 is done. This one is wheel thrown and flattened by hitting… Continue reading Teapot 46
Guess what I got in the mail?
I was thrilled that my teapot is included in this 500 ceramics, a decade in Clay (500 Series).
Teapot 40 &41
Warm. It is like in April. Forecast for next Tuesday is 76°F. We are still in March, right? This is great not shoveling snow.Snow in the spring is usually very heavy, and sticky, back-breaking. Windy, though. I have no plan to fire the kiln, so it is all right. Studio is set, and I am… Continue reading No winter
Teapot #37 & 38
I finished rearranging the studio. I should have done this long time ago. I have a space for table now, without blocking any shelving. Now I need to build up the inventory. Show season is around the corner.