Dresang Shino (Cone 10)
Australian Spodumene 29.4
Nepheline Syenite 14.7
Soda Ash 7.8
Pete’s (Pinnell) Cranberry Red (Cone 10)
Custer Feldspar 73.8
Gerstley Borate 10.2
Copper Carbonate 0.3
Tin Oxide 1
Yellow Salt (Cone 10)
Nepheline Syenite 63.9
Red Iron Oxide 1.12
Be sure to join my Soda Fire Educational Series to keep learning more about soda firing.
Round Up: 6 Bud Vases with Tulip Flower Arrangements.
Bud vases are the best when grouped.
3 Reasons I love Daffodils
2. Daffodils multiply well
3. Rodents usually avoid eating the bulbs
Lisa York Art's Ceramic + Wood piece "Arches" will be a part of the 2020 Arrowmont Instructor Exhibition.
Stay tuned as Arrowmont will be hosting the art exhibition live online soon.
Find a unique pottery gift for Mother's Day!
In addition, I will be giving a portion of my sales to Art's Wisconsin. Here is the Art's Wisconsin's "#1 job right now is to serve and advocate for creative businesses, creative sector workers, and communities in every corner of Wisconsin during the COVID-19 crisis. The CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020. Among other provisions, the bill includes emergency funding for creative sector through National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities, expanded unemployment insurance, and SBA loans."
See all the Wisconsin's artists who are donating a portions of their sales to Art's Wisconsin's fundraiser. Click here.
Reveal of Upper Unit
Enjoy the mix of old home charm with a little bit of a modern facelift.
Kitchen and Living Room
2 Bedrooms and Hallways
Want to see the restoration of lower unit?
A ceramic art exhibition featuring shino glazes.
"Inspired by Malcolm: A Passion for Shino remembers and honors the memory of Malcolm Davis, a man who influenced and inspired so many to listen and believe their inner hearts. After serving as a minister for twenty years, Davis’s life changed when he took his first ceramics class in 1973. But the spirit of ministering never left him. After perfecting a carbon-trapping Shino glaze, he took the unusual step of publishing the formula for public use. Recognized for his artistry and passion, Davis traveled widely teaching others about pottery. This became his new ministry.
This exhibit brings together Malcolm’s friends, family, and artists to focus on the inner question of why someone devotes themselves to something – in this case, clay."
Sandy Spring Museum
1701 Bentley Road
Sandy Spring MD, 20860
Exhibition Dates : June 10 – September 5th
Trust me you want to find out what the surprise is this next week.
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Here on my blog I share behind the scenes, events, and activities related to my art.
Behind The Scenes
Coffee + Tea
Flowers + Plants
New Art Work
Pots In Use
Seasons + Holidays
Travel + Art