Plates!

A collection of plates

My interest in glazes and working out combinations of patterns and colors is something that I enjoy the most about working with ceramics - often I am inspired by the nature, but also just an interesting color combination. Here are a few pictures of some of the glazes I am making. 

The Steinlav Green is a subtle glaze, with pistachio and turquoise pastel tones.

The Steinlav Green is a subtle glaze, with pistachio and turquoise pastel tones.

The Mare Tranquillitatis I have been struggling to make again, but now I cracked the code and it will be found in my webshop. It was the beginning of the Black Moon glaze.

The Mare Tranquillitatis I have been struggling to make again, but now I cracked the code and it will be found in my webshop. It was the beginning of the Black Moon glaze.

The Black Moon glaze - a matt black/dark brown glaze with spots of a glossy transparent glaze.

The Black Moon glaze - a matt black/dark brown glaze with spots of a glossy transparent glaze.

The Aquarella glaze is a cobalt blue matt glaze with aquarelle pattern.

The Aquarella glaze is a cobalt blue matt glaze with aquarelle pattern.

The Lyserød is a light glossy pink and matt white glaze sprayed towards each other to make an interesting meeting.

The Lyserød is a light glossy pink and matt white glaze sprayed towards each other to make an interesting meeting.

The Pudder (powder) is a light pink glaze with small undertones of burgundy color.

The Pudder (powder) is a light pink glaze with small undertones of burgundy color.

The Steinlav lunch plate - inspired by Steinlav(lichens) that are often found on rocks in the highlands.

The Steinlav lunch plate - inspired by Steinlav(lichens) that are often found on rocks in the highlands.

The Steinlav dinner plate.

The Steinlav dinner plate.

Havskum - the favorite. Everyone seems to enjoy this glaze - and it can have something to do with the hypnotizing pattern. The Havskum is inspired by the foam that creates in the surface when big ships leave the harbour.

Havskum - the favorite. Everyone seems to enjoy this glaze - and it can have something to do with the hypnotizing pattern. The Havskum is inspired by the foam that creates in the surface when big ships leave the harbour.

Dark Havskum.

Dark Havskum.