I created this Yin Yang plate by transferring Blue Cobalt Oxide from a piece of foam core onto a piece of paper and then onto the leather hard clay. The plate itself was created using B-Mix clay draped over a plaster mold. After the plate was bisque fired, it was glazed with Korean Blue Celadon. It is 8" in diameter and fairly shallow.
This lidded bowl was thrown with Black Mountain clay and then glazed with Korean Blue which emphasises the chattering marks on both the lid and the bowl. There is a proportional balance with this bowl that resonates within. It is 4" tall and 4" in diameter.
This bowl was thrown using Black Mountain clay body - which is a very dark brown. Porcelain slip (white) was applied to the inside and then it was glazed with Korean Blue which has a medium transparency. The outside of the bowl is chattered allowing the glaze to settle into the ridges.