Small and White 2
A series of six double-walled vessels. These can be seen as tall, shallow bowls, or extremely thick vessels, or sculptures. The clay body is a robust, textured white stoneware. The glaze is slightly translucent white with touches of vanilla, with a smooth, low-sheen finish.
A series of vessels made from porcelain clay. Porcelain is whiter, finer in grain, and looks more pure than other white clays. It also can be more difficult to work with. A certain discipline is required to deal with it.
Small and White
A series of white vessels with lids, 8 to 11 inches tall. All are lowfired, sculptural whiteware with a smooth white glaze.
White Series 2: White Towards Turquoise
A white clay body with plenty of rough texture. Three white glazes: sand-textured, eggshell-smooth, and shiny. In places, the clay body interacts with glaze to form a vanilla color. Copper is used to tint some of the surfaces towards turquoise. Sometimes other muted colors are used as well. A textured dark glaze is used in certain areas for emphasis.
White Series 1: White Sand and Gray-Green
Terra cotta body, white sand-textured glaze, with a gray-green glaze on the inside. Where the clay body shows through, a blush color happens.