Today on the blog, we have a video showing how to throw a platter on a Hydro-Bat hump mold. Hydro-bat hump molds are contoured domed bats that connect to your wheel for reverse-throwing plates, platters, and bowls. We were able to create a beautifully finished platter with ease using the Hydro-bat. Watch it today and see the polished results you can achieve using a Hydro-bat hump mold.
What are cones and how do we use them in firing? Today we are going over what cones do, the types of cones available, and how you can use them.
"The desire to try every possible iteration of an idea keeps me living in my studio," says Cheyenne Mallo. Cheyenne is immersed in her studio, her community, and in nature. We love seeing how those worlds coalesce in her pottery work.
“For over forty years I have been compelled to make these curious forms. Usually, they are vases but sometimes they become teapots, bowls or jugs and sometimes they don't have a name. Their creation has given me joy, despair, friends, money, and backache.”
- Geoffrey Swindell
Summertime is a great time to travel and we hope that if you are out and about in New York you will come to visit us in the beautiful Hudson Valley. We like to travel too and it is fun to mix travel with the opportunity to visit schools we do business with and our customers.