Sunday, 26 December 2010

End of Term Pottery Loot

My house is the most quiet it's been for a few days, my chance to show you the rest of the pottery I made this term. I won't be going to any more classes, me and pottery just didn't see eye to eye.
I made a couple of fun things though, so it was worth the time and effort!



Next term I've signed up for a very short course learning to do another new skill. Something I've been wanting to learn for a very long time.
Stained glass = choosing colours
(That's what I'm hoping for anyway!)


14 comments:

Giggles said...

I love the polka dot bowl and creamer though!!Very nice pieces. I too have always loved stained glass and have a real curiosity about making it! I really in awe of the colored glass with light reflecting off it!

Thanks for sharing..nice to have things settle down too!

Peace Giggles

Jessie said...

Thanks Giggles! Hope you had a nice christmas! :)

Marilyn said...

Wonderful pottery pieces - I would be so proud if I had made them. I love the face bowl and the polka dot ones the most but they are all excellent.

Cynthia Schelzig,Cynnie said...

What!!! no more pottery...ahhhhh but it is so earthy looking...I especially love the polka dot bowl....polka,,,do these dots do the dance...hope you had a very Merry Christmas!! Good luck with your stained glass adventure.

dthaase said...

excellent work

Rosie said...

Nice ceramics! You will LOVE stained glass. It was my main subject at art school. It's a brilliant mixture of colour and craft. Hope you enjoy it. Watch out for that cobalt blue glass...

Diane said...

These are such fun pieces--you should be proud!! And stained glass--very cool!

Kiki aka Victoria said...

Wow..so beautiful Jessie...gorgeous work!Such fun..you are fabulous!! Love em all!
Victoria~

busybusybeejay said...

I love all those pieces of pottery.For my birthday last year my daughter bought me an hour's tuition on a potters wheel.It was great fun but I think I should have told the potter in advance that I was left handed!I produced 3 pieces which I was proud of and I did enjoy it.
Stained glass sounds exciting.can't wait to hear about it.

Jessie said...

Thank you :) I love stained glass but no idea whether I'll take to it. I shall keep you posted!

Kerri said...

i especially love the bowl with the face!!!

it's great to try different stuff, and we can't love them all.

Carol said...

I have a friend who is a wonderful stained glass artist, he makes some amazing things. I'm sure you will enjoy learning.
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Hope 2011 is a wonderful year for you and your family.
Carol xx

*✿* millie meadowsweet *✿* said...

i do love pottery and working with clay too - it so wonderfully therapeutic, not i have had the chance to do it very often. i love the seahorse! she has such a charming expression and i am sure you will excell with stained-glass.

i have begun a new blog today in which i intend to share some painting, poetry and other crafts as well as show of my menagerie.

wishing you a happy, sparkling, creative 2011 xxx

Jessie said...

Thank you!
xx