Here is the finished product for a vessel I make for the owners of Annie. This has gone through many steps: clay is wedged, thrown on the potter’s wheel, trimmed, dried, Terra sigillata is brushed on and polished to a sheen, vessel is bisque fired to 1600 degrees, then (as the other video shows) it […]
For this blog post I can do no better then provide the words from my customer, Nadine. She saved tail hair from her beloved family horse, Rodney, and after many years decided to get three jewelry boxes made, a gift for each of Rodney’s riders (horsehair). I honored Rodney by filming the process of putting his […]
My client loved keeping the DNA from her horse on her horsehair Pottery necklace close to her heart. When the necklace accidentally broke, she contacted me right to have another one made. I was more than happy to do it.
A new client came to me and asked if I could make a colored vessel to burn the horsehair onto, because “my horse always had a turquoise bridle.” Never having done this, I was a little concerned to say “Yes,” but I am in a service business, so decided to give it a try. And I […]
Many of my customers come looking for a custom art vase when their horse has transitioned. One such commission came to us through a veterinarian. Tail hairs were mailed to from their beloved horse, CHER. Using my potters wheel, I made this sweet vessel, and CHER ‘painted’ the patterns on for us with hairs from […]