Mick's Wheel Work

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Basilisk Gallery . Here are some of the thing the I threw in my first few weeks at my first pottery wheel course.

This is a Turkish inspired lided bowl Outside glaze is Shino and is glaze in side with bright cobalt blue this was fired in Oxidation 1280°c electric Kiln

This is a Japanese inspired tea bowls Outside glaze is Shino and Tenmoku and one is glazed in just Shino and the last one is Glazed with Tenmoku with waxed relief this was fired in Oxidation 1280°c electric Kiln

This is a Japanese inspired bowls one is glazed in just Shino and the last one Japanese inspired cooking vessel is Glazed with Shino with Cobalt chattering around the bottom this was fired in Oxidation 1280°c electric Kiln

 

Below are more of my wheel work pottery now four years after I started

And Noodle bowl in Oatmeal and Tenmoku Glaze. With Rutile brush marks this was fired in Oxidation 1280°c electric Kiln

 

One of my tall plates out of Feeneys stoneware 325 clay body

 

One of my tall plates here is the turned foot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All work shown here is by Mick Blake of Basilisk Gallery Baree Queensland. MjBlake