Second weekend of stack piece making... a second weekend that started out cloudy, drizzly and with questionable weather. Lucked out again, tho. Had just enough sun to get everything cut out, made and finished and into the kiln to dry.
They were still on the moist side the next day, but dry enough to glaze up. This group attacked the glazing with a vengeance of multiple colors on their textured pieces.
|Ann and Hester.|
|Susan takes a brief moment to contemplate.|
|Susan and Lynda.|
|Bold forms from Lynda Farmer|
|Whimsical marks and brushwork by Susan Pachuta|
|Texture Queen: Hester Coucke|
|Kid drawings have helped Ann Larh perfect her brushstrokes.|