There are many opportunities to buy some of my latest work at many locations around Savannah right now, and I'm excited that a few of these places are carrying my latest pieces, right out of the kiln! Head over to my Events page to see all the locations that are selling my work right now.
I've been developing these cheese platters that are made from cone 5 b-mix with grog. The addition of grog helps the platters to be much stronger than they would without it. They are paired with the ceramic and stainless steel cheese knives that I've been making. You can find some of these guys at Non-Fiction Gallery's Holiday Pop-Up Retail Shop.
Another experiment I've been playing with is layering lots of underglazes. It's a process that I tried at the beginning of the year, but I wanted to revisit. These plates turned out a lot darker than I expected, but it was a happy result. I ended up using paper resists to create multiple layers on the surface of the plates, that don't show up that well in photographs, so go check them out at Savannah's Cultural Arts Gallery during the opening for the Student, Instructor, Staff Exhibition this Friday night for Art March!
Mitzi Davis, ceramic artist and owner of MFWH
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