Imperfect beauty

Impermanent, transient

This bowl is the wind



2 Comments Add yours

  1. jaredtohlen says:

    A bummer for sure! I remember throwing pottery in ceramics class in college and learning very similar lessons about craft. It was also my ceramics teacher, though, who instilled in us the value of imperfection in hand-made and crafted goods. Machines and automation make ‘perfect’ things. Our hands don’t.

    Also, it’s kind of neat how you can see the checking happening perpendicular to the annual rings


  2. Nash Smith says:

    I smell a colored epoxy fill! (Also, why am not wearing a respirator?)


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