Calm down, all you old "stoners" out there - I'm talking about wheel-thrown clay pots, not that other stuff. Recently, I sponsored a staff party at Scarborough Fair, the pottery studio where I take classes, and everybody had a great time. We laughed so much at ourselves, relaxed, forgot about work and just enjoyed being silly together.
Peggy demonstrates making a cylinder.
Most of my shy coworkers didn't want their faces posted on the Internet, but I do have some shots of their hands in clay.
Ready to throw
Opening the form Pulling the wall Shaping a bowl
And here are their creations:
Leather hard, ready to trim
We came back another night for the next step, glazing. We had the choice of paint-on glazes,
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