Posted: February 19th, 2010 | Filed under: In the studio | No Comments »
Here are these wonderful whites I’ve written about! For the boxy dishes and trays, I roll a coil, then press different screw heads into it for texture—I like the sort of pie-crust appearance the impressions give the pieces, but they still aren’t too sweet since they’re made using tough hardware:)
These little boxes can be used as snack serving trays, desk-top organizers, or keepers of hairpins and odds and ends on the dresser.
Detail of above image.
I like this small tray as a holder for notepads, pencils, and glasses on the nightstand beside the bed to keep things neat.
These tiny porcelain pinch pots are gloss white with a matte turquoisy glaze as an accent.
I love nesting pieces! All of these are pinch pots, or in the case of the plates, slabs placed in molds with pinched edges, and I like the contrast of the imperfection of the fingerprints with the neatness of the stacking.