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the new breed

the new breed

serving dish with spot reduction

detail of brushwork satin shino inside of serving dish

the new breed shino 10

This is the new breed. While glazing for my last firing works began to look very much the same and such is my want to interupt that flow I began adding and taking away from the shino surface and the result is some very different surfaces. They are satin and have an intensity that I haven’t previously produced. They definitely have a maturity and a new direction about them. Ever eager to produce another kiln load production will begin again shortly. Some commissions from this load have already gone out and disappointed that I didn’t photograph them properly snaps will be there only evidence of this firing..

 

the new breed shino 4 the new breed shino 5 solid overlap in glazing with  glaze overlays  carbon trap gift from the kiln


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recent shino works

recent shino works

The latest firing have truly been amazing, the effort in and before the firing re brushwork and attention to reduction have truly paid off.. here’s some of the latest images of my favs.. The colour and intensity of the shinos depend directly on the reduction and the intensity of it, I fire for approximately 12 hours with reduction for about half of that time. Carbon trapping and colour washes are a gift from the firing and with a heavier atmosphere comes flashes of colour in spot areas.

 

  

 


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the new breed

This is the new breed. While glazing for my last firing works began to look very much...
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recent shino works

The latest firing have truly been amazing, the effort in and before the firing re...
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