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Kissed By The Flame

Some pots are quiet, they don’t speak of carving or imagery. This one didn’t even speak of glaze colors or designs. Sometimes it’s a good idea to listen to the quiet. That would probably have been a better name for this post, maybe it’s the name of the vase. With nothing but a spearmint liner glaze, this piece was placed in the soda kiln. It’s about 11 inches tall so it was put in the top with a sculpture and a few other tall pieces. The soda and the flame did the decoration.

The vase is still very quiet but I think it came out well. I’m pleased with the painting the soda and flame did.

Check out the gallery page - Future Relics Galleryby Lori Buff

Latest in the Emergence Series

As I promised yesterday I have taken pictures of the pieces from the last reduction firing (glaze firing). I also got some good pictures of a wine chiller I made as part of the emergence series. I'm really happy with the way this piece came out; I expect it will find a good home very quickly. To see more images please go to my Etsy shop. I'd love to get your feed back.
As fellow potter Gary Rith says "Buy Stuff"; holiday's and other gift giving occasions are fast approaching. So is deck party season.
Check out the gallery page - Future Relics Gallery


  1. I checked out your Etsy store. I've very impressed with your work. Your emergence series is awesome!

  2. Thank you Cindy. I have more work in that series awaiting know the story.

  3. its interesting, ur work mingle well with architecture... architctonic...i put a question does not ur ceramic is habitable? ur work seeps beyond the surface, a deft hand to create a deft beauty.

  4. I love the look of emergence and that you have a whole series of them, great work.

  5. Thank you, I appreciate the comments

  6. Dear Lori

    what lovely work! it must be so very emotionally soothing to work with your hands in clay to create beautiful and useful objects!

    Gaye doner-Tudanger

  7. Thank you Gaye, it really is. Sometimes I get so focused on my art that the rest of the world vanishes for a while; sort of like meditating.


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