When I use the larger kiln to bisque fire my work, it literally takes me weeks to fill it. And once it's fired, there are so many pieces that need glazing, it makes my head spin. So having a small and a large kiln seems to make a lot of sense for me.
I have a leaf obsession going on right now.
That's not surprising, coming from someone who has a tree tattoo, is it?
These are very small, about the size of a quarter, a nickle, and a dime.
My weekend is going to be filled with glazing leaves - I have about 2000 that I'll be working on. I've got a fantastic piece I'm designing, and I need a few thousand leaves for it.
But the big news that I mentioned a couple of posts ago is... starting in early 2011, I'll be partnering with UNLV to teach courses for them at my shop. This link will take you to their website, where you can view their course catalog.
I still don't get their logo; I guess I'll have to ask someone what it's about.