Adrian King’s pots
Adrian continues to improve in leaps and bounds. His talent, intelligence, and hard work are moving him towards new levels of excellence, as you can see in his lovely pots. Thanks Adrian!
“There’s been a buzz of excitement flowing through the workshop during the past few months. New glazes, new faces, and improvements to the big kiln have brought a great energy. This energy has been directed towards making some beautiful pots for this milestone kiln opening. The pots of the 90th firing evoke a new sense of understanding and knowledge learned.
I took new steps with my pots, applying more ornamented slip decorations, creating patterns that compliment the forms. Using familiar techniques and new ones alike, I’ve made some of my best pots yet. Enjoy.”
Jon Pratt’s pots
It’s a pleasure to have Jon in the studio. Although he’s still young, he began working at a downtown Tacoma, WA, pottery studio several years ago and has taken extensive classes in ceramics at Stadium High, so he already has some impressive skills to match his keen focus. His youthful enthusiasm and sweet disposition are a delight to be around. He writes,
“Arriving at Mark Hewitt Pottery from Washington State two months ago, straight out of High School, has been an exciting adventure and the opportunity of a lifetime. There are so many things to learn while working at the pottery both during and after work. I look forward to working with Mark over the next few years and seeing what great things unfold.””