I’m a potter, working in my home studio in Southeastern Pennsylvania, making small batches of wheel thrown and ha dspring, , and fall months,since my he is housed in a

The Process

I work with three types of mid-fire stoneware clay: speckled brown, dark brown, and white clay bodies. While mostly wheel thrown, some work is hand-built, depending on the nature of the piece. All ware is then air dried for several days and then bisque fired (first firing) in an electric kiln. After bisque firing is complete, pieces are glazed by a hand dipping process, or hand-brushed. After the glazing application is complete, each piece is glaze fired (second firing). When the glaze firing is complete, each piece is sanded to assure a smooth surface.

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