My pots are made on a treadle wheel with a high iron stoneware clay body. I’m interested in the layering of surface with hopes to create some visual depth. A few ways I accomplish this is by imprinting texture on soft clay or by brushing wax resist designs and then dipping a piece into a thin iron slip, or by ladle pouring a thick glaze over a contrasting glaze. My pots are fired to stoneware temperatures in a gas kiln. The glazes I gravitate toward are a Copper Green, Nuka, and several Shino variations.