Friday, April 11, 2008

bunny teaset


(teaset by Gary Rith, with bamboo handle)

14 comments:

deborah said...

oh so nice

Greg said...

that's a great colour gary.. yeah I know it's "white".. but it's not at the same time.. very appealing.

gr said...

it has some green tinges, from copper vapor off of nearby green pots!

Gordo said...

Now there's something I never considered: cross contamination in the kiln. Hmmm.

CM said...

Those bunnies look like they're ready to make a run for it.

gr said...

they are on their way cm...and YES, cobalt (blue) and copper (green) vapors can circulate and contaminate or influence other glazed pieces--which is all fine for me, I like unexpected, pretty, outcomes

Greg said...

love how the edges of the cups look a little "worn" giving them some age and history :)

Maggie said...

one day, when we get this debt officially off our backs, I'm going to contact you and beg you to make me a set of dinner dishes in that exact color. and then I will love you forever and put a huge sign on top of my roof that says, Buy Pottery From Gary, He Rocks the Pots!

That is beautiful. I love the flecks in it.

Susan as herself said...

Awww, sweet.

And I also adore that color!

ML said...

That color is just purely wonderful! Cross pollinations does wonders for lots of things, I'd say. But this is gorgeous! Do it again!

Kate & Jim said...

Is this new class you're taking doing something, Gary? I see you evolving here. Your colors are becoming absolutely stunning. As I said before - very sharp, crisp. Nicely done.

denis said...

very very nice indeed. great colour.

kcinnova said...

Gorgeous depth of color (and the bunnies are pretty cool, too)... the bamboo picks up the "cross-contamination" tones from the pottery.

Do you make dinner plates?

Tink said...

How awesome is that? It wasn't a question. It IS awesome. Man, you could easily make me a teaset collector. :)