Hand crafted pottery (ceramics) created by Calin Day
I think, therefore I shall have another drink.
6 Black and White Bowls
6 large stoneware bowls - black and white glaze - 2012
Covered Stein - Black and White
A black and white stein with a spike-helmet cover - 2012
Black and White Stein - with cover
A black and white stein with a spike-helmet cover removed - 2012
Black and White raised bowl, with Habanero
This is the first habanero I ever grew, along with a beautiful raised gourmet serving bowl that I sold to a very happy chef.
Etruscan Goblet, Circa 2006
A large temoku, white, and glossy brown goblet I made for pirate revelry. It entails a moon and a star on the side to denote the night-time imbibe mood that it evokes whenever I hold it.
Pirate Goblets - a series
Somewhat dangerous pirate goblets I made for friends and scallywags in 2006.
Cinnamon Black Pottery
A cinnamon and black sun-vase with a large bowl, cup, and smaller vase. Wax resist was used to create the cinnamon glaze under the black glaze. 2010
Beginner goblets and bowl - 2006
These were a first in the series of experimental learning pottery I did, likely sometime around 2006 or so.
Green and brown bowl
A green and brown bowl I created.
Grateful Dead Goblet - pre-fire
Grateful Dead Goblet - pre-glaze
Grateful Dead Goblet - black/white glaze
Black and White Pottery series 2 - Calin Day
This is the second in my black and white pottery series. I love the glaze combination so much I will very likely continue it for several more. 2012-2013
Stoneware Pie Plate - pre-fire
Stoneware Pie Plate and Large Pasta Bowl
The stoneware pie plate and large pasta bowl turned out rather well - black, white, and blue. The pie plate was given as a gift, though I have yet to eat any pie from it... 2013
Black and White mixing bowl
Elk on a Plate
My favorite food! Elk on a plate! Custom requested piece, using my art as a transfer and hand-painted glaze.
Raku Pot - Calin Day
I have done several Raku pieces, though this is the only one that I have on file. It is a difficult method to make decorative-only pottery, though quite a bit of fun.
Brick red and blue spittoon
A brick red and blue spittoon vase. 2009, I believe.
A custom cup for Meg.
Big goblet, big bowls, pie plate, and soup bowl.
Brick red, matte blue.
Goblet is glossy white glossy blue, as I recall.
The Elk was from a stencil, removed after placement for negative space once porcelain slip had been added to the plate, then sealed with clear glaze.
Shino and Glossy Blue