Stoneware baking/serving dish/platter in earth/water tones
Stoneware Espresso Cups/Saucers!
Sweet little stoneware espresso cups and saucers . . . .
May 2015 Kiln Opening!
Here is the view of the top shelf of the glaze firing unloaded on May 19, 2015. The ware was still warm to the touch but the kiln had cooled down for 24 hours. You can see the cones on the post have both slumped down, indicating that the firing went smoothly in terms of temperature and timing - the slower the better! More pics to follow!
Large Baking/Serving Platter/Dish
Large and deep dish with earthtone glazes.
Bowls, Mugs, Casserole, Candlestick, Shot Glasses
Little showing including splashy green and white stoneware pouring bowl, casserole, stoneware mugs and candlestick, and jade green shot glasses!
Large Stoneware Baking/Serving Dish/Platter
Here is the newest of Muddslinger Pots' large and stunning dishes, straight from the kiln! Perfect for piling with fruit (cut or whole) for a crowd, or even baking a quiche!
Muddslinger Pots at The Artists' Shop in Missoula
Muddslinger Pots on display for sale at The Artists' Shop in March, 2018 . . . .
Splashy Stoneware Pouring/Mixing Bowl
Yes, it's like the Pyrex pouring bowl your mom used to make all manner of yummy things during summers on the Cape, like blueberry pancakes or blueberry muffins (the blueberries were there for the picking across the street from our cottage, in the woods . . .). Okay those are memories from MY childhood, but you undoubtedly have some of your own. Anyway, the Pouring Bowl is one of my favorites to make, and to use.
Muddslinger Pots on display and for sale at Missoula’s The Artists’ Shop, December, 2018 . . . .
This sweet stoneware teapot will hold enough tea to serve 4, and it looks lovely too, displayed on your kitchen shelf when not in use.
Stoneware pouring mixing bowl gold blue
Another favorite of mine to make is the pouring bowl. It is perfect for mixing baking, and once you use it you won’t know how you got along without it! For pancakes, cakes and muffins, it is nice to have a handle and spout to pour the batter into your baking tins. Also looks lovely sitting on your kitchen shelf or table, perhaps with some fruit in it!
Stoneware Muddslinger Pots on display . . . .
Welcome to my studio! I enjoy handbuilding the more sculptural pots as well as throwing on the wheel. Please feel free to browse in my studio and leave a comment or make a request, and thanks for visiting!