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Ladies, gents, and nonbinary buds, we have a winner!
Hearty congratulations to the fantastic heartwrench who won this lovely mug, and a big thank you to everyone who entered the contest! You are all amazing and I love you.
Have a great day, everyone! <3Em

Ladies, gents, and nonbinary buds, we have a winner!

Hearty congratulations to the fantastic heartwrench who won this lovely mug, and a big thank you to everyone who entered the contest! You are all amazing and I love you.

Have a great day, everyone! 
<3
Em

Hair Painted Plate (1 of 4), 2014by Emily Rose Bourne
Thrown porcelain, commercial underglaze, and clear glaze fired to cone 10. 6&#8221; in diameter.
Many thanks to those who donated their hair to this project without giving me too many weird looks.

Hair Painted Plate (1 of 4), 2014
by Emily Rose Bourne

Thrown porcelain, commercial underglaze, and clear glaze fired to cone 10. 6” in diameter.

Many thanks to those who donated their hair to this project without giving me too many weird looks.

Mountain Mugs, 2014&#160;by Emily Rose BourneThrown and carved porcelain stained with commercial underglaze, various glazes. Cone 10 gas oxidation.Each holds approximately 20 fl. oz, great for enormous quantities of coffee or tea. They also make wonderful beer mugs!
Fresh out of the kiln this morning!

Mountain Mugs, 2014 
by Emily Rose Bourne
Thrown and carved porcelain stained with commercial underglaze, various glazes. Cone 10 gas oxidation.
Each holds approximately 20 fl. oz, great for enormous quantities of coffee or tea. They also make wonderful beer mugs!

Fresh out of the kiln this morning!

Photo day!

Photo day!

Black and Creamy Yellow Glaze-Carved Plate by Emily Rose Bourne, 2013.Porcelain, carved and inlaid black and creamy yellow glazes. Cone 10 gas reduction.

Black and Creamy Yellow Glaze-Carved Plate by Emily Rose Bourne, 2013.
Porcelain, carved and inlaid black and creamy yellow glazes. Cone 10 gas reduction.

Mugshot Monday with Cassidy Seidler!

Mugshot Monday with Cassidy Seidler!

ittybittydragons:

When asked why he was gazing into the stationary shop, this little pink dragon responded with some gestures that I can only assume meant “Look at all of these people having babies! Getting married! Writing to their Great Aunt Ednas and long lost best friends! Think of how lovely getting a letter is.”

Letters are nearly as lovely as you, my dear dragon.

There are some exciting and adorable things happening on my other blog, Itty Bitty Dragons. Check it out when you get a chance, it’s full of sunshine and smiles!

100 followers! Yay!

To thank you guys for being good sports and lovely in general, I’m going to do a mug giveaway.

You, yes, YOU could be the lucky recipient of this terrific tall black mountain mug!

The Rules:
You must be following me and reblog this post at least once (don’t delete the comments!) I will announce the winner on April 20, 2014.

Love and good luck to all!

<3 <3 <3

Em

Productive morning!
Sorry for the inactivity. Thesis and some personal stuff has gobbled up my life recently, but I&#8217;ll have oodles of images to share with you by the end of the semester. 
Love, Em

Productive morning!

Sorry for the inactivity. Thesis and some personal stuff has gobbled up my life recently, but I’ll have oodles of images to share with you by the end of the semester. 

Love, 
Em

Hey, MECA/Portland Maine friends!A bit of a weird request, but I&#8217;ve been experimenting with some new surfacing processes, and one of my favorites (pictured here) requires hair, and plenty of it. It is not raku, but a painting technique I&#8217;ve been developing for ceramic work.If you have a bunch of hair in your hairbrush or have another way of collecting it, please consider donating it to me. PLEASE, only clean hair from your head (and relatively lint/dust bunny free)! Contact me if you feel like helping. I need the hair pretty soon for my work. Thanks to those of you who have already helped out! Love,Em

Hey, MECA/Portland Maine friends!
A bit of a weird request, but I’ve been experimenting with some new surfacing processes, and one of my favorites (pictured here) requires hair, and plenty of it. It is not raku, but a painting technique I’ve been developing for ceramic work.
If you have a bunch of hair in your hairbrush or have another way of collecting it, please consider donating it to me. 
PLEASE, only clean hair from your head (and relatively lint/dust bunny free)! 
Contact me if you feel like helping. I need the hair pretty soon for my work. Thanks to those of you who have already helped out! 
Love,
Em