The fruit series….

cherry pot

…well, pottery has been a productive heave-ho today. always late. always hurrying. always have a million ideas and not enough time – I need a tardis spacer to make 3 hours stretch into an eternal pottery studio moment… Anyway, back to reality. Excitingly, I’ve been invited to produce a collection of pots to display in the folkhouse vitrines by mid-Feb. So… I’m working quickly (naturally) on getting as many ideas onto clay as possible – the first set is a build on my Christmas pot series of oranges and flowers.

Fruit… there will eventually be oranges, lemons, grapes, cherries, watermelon and peapods ( not exactly fruit but such a satisfying shape to draw ). ┬áSo here’s a taste of the first few, all ready to get their first firing.

orange pot

grape pot

lemon pot

peapods

small cherrieslemons 2

Pottery from the past year…

So, I’ve finally managed to get around to photographing all the little collections of pots I’ve been gleefully taking home with me over the past year… Most of them are in happy use in my kitchen!

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Taken on my kitchen windowsill with some beautiful Nepali lokhta paper as a ground.