Category Archives: Drawing

Finally getting somewhere

  Above are my newest latte mugs. They turned out brilliant! I’ve found that blending my colors with a gradient of black makes them feel more united, and the surprise of turning the mug over to look at the bottom … Continue reading

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Working my way off the “high dive”

I’ve been having a hard time finding motivation the last couple of weeks. I caught a flu over the holidays and I still feel like I’m trying to get over it, but we’ve been having subzero “real feel” temperatures here … Continue reading

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New Work

  I fired some work here in Massachusetts just a few days before I flew home for the holidays. I was able to photograph some of the pots back here in Massachusetts a few days ago. I’m really excited about … Continue reading

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Black and White

  Above is a photo I took of the bottom of a finished and fired cup that I made recently. It translates so well into a graphic photo. Although I’m hooked on the bright colors of my recent work, I … Continue reading

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Getting closer

  I’m really satisfied with the way my pebble design looks on my curvy cups. I just made some bowls but haven’t decorated them yet, but I have been thinking that I should branch out and make other forms. I’ve … Continue reading

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New Mugs in the Making

  Alright, so once upon I time in my ceramic education at Utah State University, someone told me that you always make the same handle for every mug. I’ve been trying to prove that theory false with the evolution of … Continue reading

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Mastering my ceramic surfaces!

  Well, I think I’m getting really satisfied with my ability to get the surfaces I want. I am addicted to using spray bottles. They give me quick and elegant surfaces, and with the underglazes I invest in, I am … Continue reading

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Finished work in Massachusetts

I finally took some proper images of my finished work. This is my “amoeba” teapot design. If you like what you see, it’s totally available for sale on Etsy:¬†https://www.etsy.com/shop/KirasPotshop Anyway, I’m really happy with how my work has been turning … Continue reading

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Teapot, Teapot, Teapot Tuesday.

  Alright, I know this page has been sitting quietly for while now. That’s because I’ve been hunkering down in the studio making teapots and other cool new stuff like crazy. I had a whole kiln load of teapots that … Continue reading

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First Glaze Firing in Great Barrington

It is soooo nice to have Skutt kilns in the studio that can actually achieve cone 10. Yes, electric firing is convenient, but I also miss manually firing gas kilns just for the experience. My work just looks way better … Continue reading

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