D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO


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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby shyrabbit » May 17th, '11, 18:47

Stentor,
I forgot about this little shino tea pot, still without a handle...will be cane when I get around to it.
Thanks for looking,
Michael
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby shyrabbit » May 18th, '11, 21:52

Hello,
Here's today's Yunomi Group from yesterday's firing. All fired to ∆10 (2345F) in reduction. Glazing left to right...A glaze I know as Ken's Blue, that up until know, fired to a nice mossy green with crystals, then iron slip over-glazed with shino, then nuka over iron slip with copper and wood ash. This was a good and interesting firing with lots of experimentation...Thanks for looking,
Michael
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby Stentor » May 19th, '11, 01:47

Thanks for posting, Michael!
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby Tobias » May 24th, '11, 14:19

shyrabbit wrote:Hello,
It's been quite some time since I've posted here, so I thought I would take this opportunity to upload a few images of work from last weeks firing.
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I really like the shape of the yellow one in the middle and the glaze too, yellow teaware seems to be rare for some reason. Any plans for making more with the same shape?
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby Chip » May 24th, '11, 16:36

+1, the serendipity of the yellow one is very cool. I bet it feels great in hand.
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby bonjiri » May 24th, '11, 19:39

the nuka piece at left is wonderful !
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby shyrabbit » May 26th, '11, 16:03

bonjiri wrote:the nuka piece at left is wonderful !

Thanks Cory, I appreciate you taking the time to comment. I hope all is well you and yours.
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby Nenugal » May 28th, '11, 07:30

This beautiful nuka cup just arrived today :mrgreen:

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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby shyrabbit » May 28th, '11, 16:38

Nenugal wrote:This beautiful nuka cup just arrived today :mrgreen:

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Nenugal, Thanks for posting this image of your new Yunomi, it's always good to know packages get to where they're going and in one piece. Thanks again for your support.
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby shyrabbit » Jun 1st, '11, 21:36

This Matcha Chawan Tea Bowl is glazed inside with White Shino and the exterior is glazed with a new glaze I call "I Got Interrupted Shino." This new glaze came about when I was interrupted while I was formulating and mixing a new recipe and added, at least one wrong ingredient, maybe more. The net result was a glaze that looks and feels like natural stone, with a slight dry texture. I also think this glaze has an "antique" or "aged" look and feel. I like this result much more than the intended one. The only question for me is, will I be able to recreate this glaze when this batch is gone(?)

Dimensions: 3-1/4"h. x 4-7/8"dia. @ widest point.
Weight: 15 ounces
For additional images, please visit this link: http://www.etsy.com/listing/75209490/i- ... zed-matcha

For a little more info about how this glaze came about, here's a link to a post on my blog:
http://dmichaelcoffee.wordpress.com/201 ... nterrupted

Many thanks for looking...
Michael
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby debunix » Jun 1st, '11, 22:17

Happy accident.
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby shyrabbit » Jun 8th, '11, 13:10

Here's today's Nuka and Slip Glazed Matcha Chawan from my most recent firing. I used to use this glaze combination many years ago and just recently started using it again and I'm quite pleased with the results, particularly the blueish areas where the nuka is over the slip. This result is new for this glaze combination, this time around.

For additional images of this piece, please visit my etsyshop:
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Michael
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby Chip » Jun 8th, '11, 17:17

Very cool Michael, I have checked this one out pretty many times. :mrgreen:
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby bonjiri » Jun 8th, '11, 21:40

shyrabbit wrote:This Matcha Chawan Tea Bowl is glazed inside with White Shino and the exterior is glazed with a new glaze I call "I Got Interrupted Shino." This new glaze came about when I was interrupted while I was formulating and mixing a new recipe and added, at least one wrong ingredient, maybe more. The net result was a glaze that looks and feels like natural stone, with a slight dry texture. I also think this glaze has an "antique" or "aged" look and feel. I like this result much more than the intended one. The only question for me is, will I be able to recreate this glaze when this batch is gone(?)

Dimensions: 3-1/4"h. x 4-7/8"dia. @ widest point.
Weight: 15 ounces
For additional images, please visit this link: http://www.etsy.com/listing/75209490/i- ... zed-matcha

For a little more info about how this glaze came about, here's a link to a post on my blog:
http://dmichaelcoffee.wordpress.com/201 ... nterrupted

Many thanks for looking...
Michael
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michael
i have a glaze like this 'interrupted shino'
looks very rustic ! NICE !
beautiful contrast w/ matcha

awesome !
love it !
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Re: D. Michael Coffee (shyrabbit) Ceramics in Pagosa Springs, CO

Postby Chip » Jun 9th, '11, 17:46

Some ShyRabbit cups and a chawan arrived today! YAY!!! :mrgreen:
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