Friday, July 25, 2014


I wrote about the Choy glaze that I use in earlier posts and am constantly reminded how attractive and versatile this glaze is. Illustrated is a porcelain vase that was covered in thick porcelain slip that was then swiped using an old modified credit card. The pot was then dipped in the glaze and you can see one of my finger marks where I held the pot during the process. The beauty of the Choy glaze is that it builds up and accentuates varying point of a pot adding another dimension and articulation to the piece. The slip starts the pot into motion and the Choy completes the task.

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