|On the left is the Danish White clay body from Joseph Sand's kiln firing, and on the right is the Danish White clay body from Sid Luck's kiln firing|
|Bottle made with Aurora clay body|
On another note, I had the opportunity to meet Anne Pärtna and Adam Landman from Blue Hen Pottery this past weekend. We talked about being gypsy potters and going from kiln to kiln and gaining an understanding of the variations of clay bodies and kilns from firing to firing. It was humbling and made me think about a more constructive approach to figuring out how to get pottery fired and just having reserved bisque ware on hand.