Gary Jackson: Fire When Ready Pottery
A Chicago potter’s somewhat slanted view of clay & play
Categories: pottery, production

I’ve been toying with some new pieces in my studio. We’ve talked a lot about spoons around the studio over the past year since NCECA Milwaukee. I must admit that it’s been a lot of talk… and not much spoon-making. Until now.

Here’s my first batch of spoons – still needing some refinement and firing!
So far… I’m kinda digging spoon!!!



March 23rd, 2015

Okay, that is cool. I thought about making spoons once but how would you fire them so the glaze doesn’t get on the kiln? But if you are doing salt fires it makes sense. Still, will you have a tutorial about making these? (It’d be cool to have a nesting measuring set, for instance, although figuring that out would be tricky, too.


March 27th, 2015

please show after fired.
Thank you

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