Most of my stand at BCTF, 2015, 10minute before they opened the doors. Nearly everything I took was thrown porcelain. I call them 'Sand Vessels' as the project started out with an exploration of what unwashed beach sand would do when added to a glaze, not all of the vessels have the sand, but most do.
reduction red boundaries vessel with floating bowls on display at my degree show. Thrown porcelain with added fine molochite. Visitors enjoyed playing with the bowls, making them race across the water or sinking them, totally at odds with the do not touch assumption. This piece is approximately 40cm in diameter and about 4cm high.
Semi-porcelain sugar cubes, tin white glaze, onglaze transfer. One half of my slip casting project for my second year. One of my more spectacular happy accidents, this was supposed to go in for an onglaze firing cycle, about 900C, but instead got fired to 1260. The transfers were supposed to look crisp and deep red. But I prefer this.