My sketchbook with class notes, and above our first project pinch pots.
I love being a student again.
The group out on the first clay dig in Lowmans. Hard work. This land is used to grow
ground provisions.We didn't do too much damage.
Bagging up. We filled about twenty bags.
Our tutor and master potter Mr Dyer. He makes decent tea pot.
We also had to drag the bags up that steep hill.
The clay has to be soaked and all large stones
and organic matter removed
Some serious clay preparation skills
The beautiful circle of seven ready to use. At this
stage its down to the individual how coarse or
smooth you want your clay. I chose to sieve
mine twice and remove much of the stony, gritty
|My new project. Local clay hand carved vessels|
|Carved vessel drying. I love the stone colour.|