Wait do American people not call their friends mate?? Is this a thing???
Yup. I’m sure some do but mostly people just say friend. Which is boring but whatever.
Wait so you go up to your friends and be like “Hello friend.”
we use names
chris, chris and chris
Marvel started a project 40 years ago to start growing their characters in labs. And because of a bookkeeping error, they named them all Chris.
My finally finished glaze fired tea pot. i can’t tell you the meaning of this piece, or how much emotion and love went into this. it’s not just one of those pieces you make for an assignment, or one of those pieces you make for a show. it’s one of those pieces that you pour your heart out into like a song writer’s personal love song. it’s for her.
i’ll have better shots of it soon. And if you were one of the many who <3 or re-posted this before i even fired it, i’m so thankful. I have almost reached 200 notes on that post, surpassing any of my other personal posts by a lot! Enjoy!
Kyle J. Gallaway
I’ve been working on trying my hand at double walled functional object recently. This teapot was thrown to two walls and closed at the top to make a ledge for the lid. Then, I cut into the top layer of clay to create the illusion of a carved pot, but the teapot is still functional and holds water.
I made a lamp base too but it didn’t come out nearly as well, unfortunately.
Still workin’ on it.
Teapots. Both made from white earthenware clay and hand thrown and built. They have been spray glazed in purple and sky blue with a hint of yellow to create the green around the top of each. These are lovely objects but become expensive because they can take a lot of time to make. Blue/green teapot £70 +P&P. Purple teapot £80 +P&P.*AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE NOW*
"I draw lines by dissecting and immediately reassembling each pot. The result is a surface decoration with structural implications. Lines seen on the exterior coincide with lines found inside, as each line is in fact a seam, a scar where it was once severed. Though fragile seams decorate the surface, pooling glazes seal and strengthen the ware. The fault lines that decorate the surface threaten to, but do not actually undermine the vessel’s ability to contain, display or deliver."
For more info please visit http://jeffcampana.com
great craftsmanship and quality!