Fresh out of the kiln (and what’s about to go in!)

The fall leaves continue to inspire me and therefore, I have a lot to share!  Thanks to the back yard of my brother’s yard in CT, I have fern pieces.  This past week’s rain has been kind enough to leave me grape leaves to use, and my parsnip plants continue to grow their leaves.   The LARGE oak leaves came from the shores of Lake St. Catherine in VT…

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On a visit to my older sister’s house, I collected oak leaves in her driveway.  Pressed oak leaves combined with slip trailing make a good surface decoration.  With my style of creating, it’s all about the surface of the piece–the shape helps to highlight the surface.  I’ve been experimenting with the oak leaf and slip trail and look forward to some great results–i’ll keep you posted.

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One thought on “Fresh out of the kiln (and what’s about to go in!)

  1. e. obelenus

    looking good!!

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