Holier Bowls

And so it continues. After the stress of this week I managed to get some time to continue with my latest hand made “holey bowl” This one is 10” (25cm) diameter and I decided to make the rim undulating rather than flat, so it was time to get the shaving tools out while the clay was still at the “leather hard” stage. I’m looking forward to getting this one fired as I have some interesting ideas for glazes that I want to try out too.


Anyhow it was nice to be able to disengage from the outside world for a while and concentrate to an artistic endeavor for an hour or so.

It’s definitely something I would recommend to induce calm at this time!


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