Friday, May 4, 2012

Chocolate Clay

Yummy Chocolate Clay and Bruce Gholson in Seagrove, North carolina 

22 days left until Cousins in Clay, at Bulldog Pottery in Seagrove, North Carolina

Bruce has switched over to throwing red clay from our porcelain clay.  The color is yummy and we think it looks good enough to eat.  We love the way that some of our glazes come out on the red clay. Bruce finds it stimulating and rejuvenating to use different clays, white,  red, and stoneware --- and sometimes clays mixed together.

We are nearing the end of throwing and then onto trimming, finishing, and then the glazing of our pots.  The month of May is always a very exciting one for us. Getting ready for "Cousins in Clay" in anticipation of our pottery "Cousins", Ron - Judith - Michael, and our enthusiastic visiting pottery friends keeps us counting down the days.  Kinda like planning for a major vacation or a long trip.


4th Annual "Cousins in Clay" at Bulldog Pottery in Seagrove, North Carolina
May 26 and 27, 2012 
An Incredible Weekend with Ron Meyers, Judith Duff and All Things about Clay


Potters: Bruce Gholson, Samantha Henneke, Michael Kline

Honored Guest Potters: Ron Meyers and Judith Duff

 Saturday, May 26: 10:00am - 5:00pm 
 Sunday, May 27: 10:00am - 4:00pm


Michael Kline: Brushwork Demonstration
Saturday at 2:00pm and Sunday at 1:30pm


Saturday: Chronis Pou Vasiliou and Matthew Beasley playing Greek Music.
Light Buffet throughout Saturday

Sunday: Potters Potluck @noon "All Are Welcome" bring your favorite dish








3 comments:

Michael Kline said...

My alka-kline glaze looks aLOT like chocolate. I'll bring you some!

Bulldog Pottery said...

Can't wait to see your yummy pots at Cousins!

Liberty Stoneware said...

I hope to make it to Cousins in Clay and cannot wait to see your work and cousins! I was thinking the other day when I was at Berea about how we would test the lip of a mug when it was green and just how much clay tasting went on...Yum!