I made Taos Oval Vase on the potter’s wheel without a bottom, altered it the form into the shape of an oval, and then attached a floor. Sounds easy, right? Well, it takes some massaging to get the piece to line up to the shape. It’s a satisfying process.
The exterior of Taos Oval Vase is a four-part glaze application that results in a landscape, seascape, moonscape. I stained the rim with iron oxide for contrast. The interior is green.
Fired to 2200 degrees F. Yes, it is water tight. Create a robust floral arrangement along the curved linear line. Holds flowers quite well. Sits flat and is stable.
8.5″Long x 9″High x 3.5″Deep