Wet, bisque pottery and new techniques

Sue continues to explore colors, textures, techniques
Pottery by Sue Burdick Young, Young's Studio & Gallery, Jay NY

This is a small 4″ across delicate bowl with a rose petal design.  Nerikomi technique developed in Japan layering colored clays into different patterns
Pottery by Sue Burdick Young, Young's Studio & Gallery, Jay NYObvara fired pieces, are a variation on Raku firing. Also referred to as Baltic Raku.
Pottery by Sue Burdick Young, Young's Studio & Gallery, Jay NYHere are some freshly made casseroles drying.
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The bisque kiln and the slab roller are covered with pottery ready to be glazed.

We are getting ready for the Holiday Sale on November 22 and 23, we have our advertising and banners all set.  Sue has her schedule for throwing and glazing, I have mine for pricing and cleaning and decorating.

For years we’ve had abandoned property next to us and across the street from us, finally the one across the street went up for auction and a woman we know bought it and is planning on putting in a vacation rental.