Category Archives: Art and Craft

If you missed my last two exhibitions…..

ou can see lots of new work of mine this weekend at the Un-Fair, adjacent to the Powderhorn Art Fair.  Saturday 10am to 6pm and Sunday 10am to 6pm, at 3524 11th Ave S. Mpls, MN.   Come say hi! Here’s … Continue reading

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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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Sculpture for my Dad

Happy April Fool’s Day!  You’ll never guess what this sculpture I built last week is for… ou see, last week was my dad’s birthday and so I spent some time sculpting something that he has been requesting for several months. … Continue reading

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Finished Linocut for the Bouja Posters

ach year, we’ve tried to depict in the image on the poster the next hurdle we need help with, or what the current Bouja is raising funds for.  This next year we hope to put in the new floor, which includes … Continue reading

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Bouja Posters’ Linocut

hile the first glaze firing of bowls happens in the kiln in the barn, I worked on the linocut for this fall’s Bouja posters all day today .  The gracious Mary Bruno has offered to help me print them again, … Continue reading

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Success!

he kiln fired off perfectly, and today I unloaded it and excitedly began glazing.  The bowls you see in the background are half-fired or bisqued.  They have such a orange hue because I dipped them in an iron slip before … Continue reading

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Processing This Year’s Clay

eehaw!   I had a great time processing the new clay with Dana yesterday.  We got a quarter of what we dug cleaned and into a drying trough!  For an explanation of the process click here.  At right you can … Continue reading

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