Finished Prototypes!


So I’ve had a hankering for something different. Here are some prototypes I’ve been working on. The cream on white sgraffito cup on the far right didn’t really work (the slip needs a little more iron or something), but the black and white one with the matte turquoise glaze did. I love the look of that glaze, and the way it interacts with my clear, but putting that design into production would mean investing space into material storage, and i don’t really have the room right now.

The other three cups have the very real advantage of being made with materials I’ve already got on hand, so I may end up going with them in the long run…

Atlantic Craft Trade Show


Day one of ACTS is down; day two is starting. So far, so good… I don’t have much experience with this show, so I didn’t really know what to expect, but I think it’s going alright. I’ve gotten enough orders to pay for the trip here, so that’s a lot of pressure off. Which is nice.

It’s been interesting meeting craftspeople from outside Newfoundland. Picking up the differences and commonalities in our businesses and our markets.



I’m heading to the Atlantic Craft Trade Show next weekend, a wholesale show in Halifax. The last of the samples are coming out of the kiln now, the posters and price lists are printed, and Robot is ready to roll.