Easter egg bowls

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I’m experimenting with bowls – different shapes and sizes – with the unifying characteristic of a brightly colored inside and outside rim, with the remainder of the outside textured and left unglazed.  The colors are a variety of Amaco (Pear, Cherry Blossom, Marigold) and Spectrum (Orchid, Celadon, Cerulean, Watermelon, Cranberry) celadon glazes.  At this time of year particularly, they remind me of colored Easter eggs!

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I’m trying to determine which colors work well – unsurprisingly, I’m having a heck of a time finding any in the red / pink / purple family that I find satisfactory.  Back to the drawing board . . .

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Easter egg bowls

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3 comments on “Easter egg bowls

  1. Do you sell your pottery?

    • Hi Judy – I’m working on getting just the right pieces produced, so that I can sell work that is only of the best quality. Right now, I’m using my pieces as a pilot project, providing them to friends and family to get feedback on what can be improved. If you see a piece that you like, let me know and I’d be happy to send it to you free of charge – as a way of starting to set up a client base 🙂 If you like the piece, then others would be available for purchase and you could custom-specify size, color, etc. If that sounds like something you’d be interested in, e-mail me your contact info at andrea.hungerford@mac.com. Thanks!

  2. I have been following your blog for quite some time and I am always so impressed with your talent. You are good at so many different crafts. These bowls are very beautiful.

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