Well I did know one pot had gone, but why that one is so far a mystery. I need to examine the shards as it could be a "foreign body" or that Yellow Ochre again...as on this box lid. Of course the clay manufacturers found nothing!! They were sent a small mug, and a small sample...they don't realise that I want to work with them not against them. There obviously is a problem, we just need to sort it together.
Kiln unpacked. It doesn't look a lot like this. The damaged bowl is at the far end of the shelf, and a lidded box with a handle got chipped by flying debris!
Waxing feet tomorrow and sieving glazes!
The bowls for the next bisque firing have been set in the warm kiln to dry, and to keep them out of the way.
Then off to Cardiff this evening, to nibble nibbles, sip elderflower cordial and fizzy water (lush!) Listened to a speech , looked round the exhibition and the shop. I think I might be underpricing my work a little, but not too much on the whole.
Here is my display, taken from outside the gallery!
This is the view as I left, you can see the exhibition even when it is closed. The brick building is the old Pier Head. The large one on the left is the Millennium Centre, and I think you can just see part of the Assembly building between the two.
It was good to see a friend from North Wales who also has work in the exhibition. I must organise a visit - I'll need a week or two to see everyone!!