Thursday, February 5, 2009

New Work...

Wow, so much for posting once a week! While I may not have been posting, I have been making work. I'm hoping to do a bisque firing next week and then glaze soon after that, which means I may actually have some finished pots to share. For now, work in progress will have to do...

Slipped butter dish (this guy is gonna get some cows...)

And underneath the cover

Truck bowls!

Power bowls

Outside o' power bowls

Banana split dish waiting to be decorated (and filled with dessert!!)

13 comments:

www.jeffmartinceramics.blogspot.com said...

top notch!

ang said...

brilliant, love the power bowls, must be the name! your really cracking along, do you have any shows or outlets organised yet?

rae dunn. said...

i'm loving your work !

rae dunn. said...

i'm loving your work !

Linda Starr said...

very nice, I like how the truck has two different color slips.

Patricia Griffin said...

Powerful!

Jerry said...

Power bowls = WANT

cindy shake said...

the name, the design, the pair....I LOVE, LOVE the Power Bowls!!!! Wow are those cool!

Scott said...

Looking good! I really like the lines and style of the Bannana Split Dish. Reminds me of the "Genie Lamp". The rest of the pieces looking good too. Like I've said before you're on to something here.

Scott

Scott said...

Looking good! I really like the lines and style of the Bannana Split Dish. Reminds me of the "Genie Lamp". The rest of the pieces looking good too. Like I've said before you're on to something here.

Scott

nick said...

I'll join the chorus here -- the power bowls look really great! I love the elegant detail of the power lines and the windmills. And the change from black-on-white on the inside to white-on-black on the outside is nice too. Cool-looking stuff, Kip!

Emily Dyer said...

I found your blog while looking for information on paper resist techniques. I love what you're doing with it! These pieces are amazing. Just wanted to say hi...I'm also a ceramic artist working in Minneapolis, and I spent a couple of years living in Pittsburgh, too.

Pam said...

The shape of the banana boat is so elegant. You have got it going on my friend. Keep it up.
-pgb