My new kiln is fully hooked up and I’ve begun to dig out my bisque and resurrect my buckets of glaze.  Haven’t done a glaze firing since last September, shortly before we sold our Nelson place.  So I have quite a few pieces piled up in boxes, stored here and there — enough to begin learning how to fire the new kiln.  It will be my first time using natural gas instead of propane, and also my first time firing a “store-bought” kiln.  I’ll post results here.

Enrollment for my summer workshops is going well.  We have a quorum for the June 17-18 workshop at City Clay, and things are looking good for the July one.  There are still some spots for next weekend though, so it’s not too late to sign up.  Details on the workshop page of this website.  Registration at www.cityclaycville.com.

Cely and I had a wonderful group at John Campbell Folk School — mostly beginners, with a few more experienced folks.  Here’s a small part of what they managed to make in one week.  Pretty impressive, especially considering that the majority of them were complete beginners on the wheel.