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Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by cre8ivbonsai » November 25th, 2015, 9:07 pm

Whilst at the YVBS sale day last Sunday, a bit of wheeling and dealing saw me bring some beautiful handmade pots. A great day chatting with 3 very talented potters (hchm ceramic artists ;) ) left me with so much variety to choose from, the decision was hard, so I just had to collect from all 3. Just love the different textures, glazing and details!
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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by Ryceman3 » November 25th, 2015, 9:13 pm

Really like the detail in that first Marg Fenn pot... superb. Some nice pick ups there, enjoy! :yes:
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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by KIRKY » November 25th, 2015, 9:35 pm

I wouldn't say no to any of these very nice :tu:
Spent all my money on plants, have to save for some pots next sale day.
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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by JaseH » November 26th, 2015, 7:31 am

Ryceman3 wrote:Really like the detail in that first Marg Fenn pot... superb. Some nice pick ups there, enjoy! :yes:
That was one of my favourites too, I'm glad it went to someone I know! :cool:
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Post by bodhidharma » November 26th, 2015, 7:43 am

Nice seeing you support our Aussie potter's Ryan. :aussie: Great scores. Also good to see Trevor using a little colour on his pots again. He was a little TO earthy for a while there.
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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by cre8ivbonsai » November 26th, 2015, 8:21 am

Ryceman3 wrote:Really like the detail in that first Marg Fenn pot... superb. Some nice pick ups there, enjoy! :yes:
Yeah, it reminds me of some of Pat's cracking finishes, yet a bit more subtle, sort of crossed with the refined unglazed Japanese style. I like it!
KIRKY wrote:I wouldn't say no to any of these very nice :tu:
Spent all my money on plants, have to save for some pots next sale day.
Cheers
Haha no more room for trees on my benches ... But there's always room for [NICE] pots! (they can be stored, and admired anywhere!)
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Ryceman3 wrote:Really like the detail in that first Marg Fenn pot... superb. Some nice pick ups there, enjoy! :yes:
That was one of my favourites too, I'm glad it went to someone I know! :cool:
:cool: Now I've just got to work out which tree has it's destiny :D
bodhidharma wrote:Nice seeing you support our Aussie potter's Ryan. :aussie: Great scores. Also good to see Trevor using a little colour on his pots again. He was a little TO earthy for a while there.
I can't go past Aussie hand made, so many different styles and techniques! I did mention I really liked this translucent blue dribble glaze over the rough texture ... and apparently this IS one of his older pots :lol: :palm: but that he may go back and do some more like this for future work :fc:
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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by Rory » November 26th, 2015, 8:42 am

:shock: wow, I love that 2nd Trevor Wheeler pot there. I would have snapped that up too. Beautiful.

Nice haul. :tu2:
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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by Small Trees » November 26th, 2015, 10:23 am

Aussie pots have come
A long way. Just recently got some myself. Just hang onto them until one of my beauties are ready to be put it them.

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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by Pat K » November 26th, 2015, 5:42 pm

Nice pots....but come on potters, what about some ovals???

Did I mention that I've retired and Tuesday I catch the ferry for a month of Tassie trout? :)

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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by cre8ivbonsai » November 26th, 2015, 7:36 pm

Pat K wrote:Nice pots....but come on potters, what about some ovals???

Did I mention that I've retired and Tuesday I catch the ferry for a month of Tassie trout? :)

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Hi Pat, hard to tell from front on photos, but first Marg Fenn pot (cracking effect) is oval :tu: ;) Glad I got my Pat K ovals when I did :tu: :lol: good to hear you're enjoying life :clap: catch a big one for me 8-)
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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by Pup » November 26th, 2015, 10:13 pm

Pat K wrote:Nice pots....but come on potters, what about some ovals???

Did I mention that I've retired and Tuesday I catch the ferry for a month of Tassie trout? :)

Pat
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Re: Aussie handmade pots from the YVBS Sale Day

Post by kvan64 » December 14th, 2015, 12:02 pm

Sad that I can find a good potter in Brisbane!
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