3.25" x 3"
Havre volcanic pumice/mud inside and out.
5.25" x 3.25"
No glaze but that which came from inside of Earth, exploded pumice that broke through the ocean's surface, flew about and then settled back onto the seafloor where it continued morphing until humans picked it up, tightened the bucket lid and delivered it to me. Now it's melted pumice/mud on a chattered clay surface--evidence of silica-rich magma.
Metaphor that came to me at a women's lunch was, "You know how beautiful sheer stockings make your legs look great? THAT"S what this pumice glaze does to porcelain clay!"
4" x 3"
In and out are sheer Havre volcanic pumice/mud on a chattered surface. Copper glaze on the foot.
3.5" x 3"
"Namibian rock proves global glaciation..."
Intense heat and a blush of salt blessed this porcelain artifact glazed with pumice/mud from Havre and rock/slurry from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Luminous and translucent. Seaglass thumbell.
5.25" x 3.25"
The chatter pattern was made in leather hard clay. A single dip into a suspension of mud, pumice and water is the simplest glaze technique I use and works to show the details of porcelain clay surface underneath. I feel this is like putting a sheer stocking on the legs of a woman. One brush of a glaze with cobalt around the middle deposited enough cobalt to make bluish.
4.5" x 3"
Havre pumice-mud inside and out. Seaglass thumbwell.
4.75" x 3.25"
Interior and exterior top third is te Havre volcanic pumice-mud glaze. Exterior lavender assembled from refined materials. Green sea-glass thumb-well.