I've posted the pieces from the Tony Clennell workshop, and my leaf plates, and the big dragon pot. I'm posting a few more pieces, which I picked up recently, before the studio closed. It will reopen in September. There are a few more I have not taken photos of yet, and it's too late now to get good lighting, so they'll need to wait for another time.
Anyhow, the floral design really works for me. I decided to spray it in Ash Yellow glaze, which was a favourite glaze recently, and then I sprayed an accent of Tenmoku glaze, which really makes this piece eye-catching, I think.
first of my pieces from the "Go Big" challenge. It was thrown in 2 pieces, and you can see how I combined and decorated them in this post. It was thrown from a total of 6300g of P570 white clay, and then decorated in thick slip. It is glazed with Ash Yellow, and then highlighted with Deep Blue and Tenmoku Glazes, applied with a sponge. It is still a bit wonky, but it turned out okay. It is 14" tall, which is a pretty impressive piece of pottery, for me. Of course, I ended up doubling the weight on the big dragon pot, but that was simply unexpected.