Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Time to Glaze...

by Eleanor Hendriks

I am about to embark on a mini glaze marathon... It's a mega glaze marathon when I have two tables full of pots to glaze -I try to avoid those -they make me sweat!!

...and a few results from the last round of glazing -I tackled the experimental jars that I made during my week of freedom...








Lots of food for thought here -but I was happy enough with them that you can find them for sale in my Etsy shop...


10 comments:

annewebb said...

Pots are looking nice, Eleanor. :)

I was curious if you were going to be taking place in the Simcoe Studio tour coming up this fall.. sorry I can't remember the official name. Its the tour with Roger Kerslake et al. ..are you close enough? (I'm sorry, I'm having a bit of a geographically challenged moment right now)

annewebb said...

...taking part, not taking place.
hello. sheesh. .

Jerry said...

Those freedom week pots are really nice. I especially like the glaze on the green spiral pot.

StudioÉLAN said...

Anne,
I'm too far east of Simcoe to participate in that tour -I'll be in the Victoria County Studio Tour for the first time this year. http://www.victoriacountystudiotour.com/
I love studio tours! They knock the socks off craft shows any day -no lugging stuff and the studio gets cleaned whether it needs it or not!

Patricia Griffin said...

your pots are looking sweet! The glaze on the green pots with spiral lid/handles is really nice. Also like the handle and lid ideas on the white/cream pot with leaf-type motif. Very cool. What great work you're doing!

Pam McFadyen said...

I love those experimental pots. The variety of handles and lids are so fun!

Cheryl Alena Kinzel said...

how did the glaze marathon go?

Linda Starr said...

Love your treasure pots, the glazes are beautiful.

gary rith said...

oh, and such nice glazing too!

Morgan said...

I l love your work. The glazes look really beautiful!

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