Category Archives: Bouja for the Barn

An annual fundraiser for the Meyer Farm Project.

Iron Red Glaze

fter testing 10 or so recipes off the internet for this type of iron-based red glaze over the past half year, I finally got the results I’ve been seeking.  The red color comes from the crystallization of the iron during the … Continue reading

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Friday’s Bouja Prep!

      ast week was crazy leading up to our annual fundraiser Bouja for the Barn. We had so much good help with Bouja preparations Friday evening. <My little friend Marcel helps his mom and my grandpa Dee peel … Continue reading

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Glazing Help

ell it’s crunch time, so I picked up some hitch-hikers and taught them how to glaze… Just kidding, these are my friends Dana and Meg who stopped by to help glaze bowls last night.  They also had a go at … Continue reading

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Pitchers and Serving Bowls

oday I threw pitchers and serving bowls for the Bouja.  Throwing large pitchers is challenging for me, so I like it.  They will probably get chicken paintings on them again, since that was so well received.

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Still at it….

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Another Kiln Load of Glaze Tests

fter helping 50 2nd graders make Tangrams out of clay all morning at the Paramount Art Center, I came home and mixed up a few test glazes for Bouja Bowls and glazed a kiln load worth.   I also snuck … Continue reading

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Printing Posters

ad a blast printing posters for the Bouja in Mary Bruno’s studio yesterday all day.  It took me a few hours just to set all the    <-type.   Find Mary’s website filled with her awesome work in the sidebar links … Continue reading

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