Stylized black and white image of Kurt rising from a bluish purple band; wind blowing through his long hair and a bowl spinning above his upturned left hand.  Titled The Hairy Potter with his motto: "If you don't see what you want, he can probably make one materialize for you."
 

This page provides Examples of Work that The Hairy Potter produces.  The pictures of Bowls, Cookware, Glaze Results, Pints, Plates, and Platters are described; and the links will take you to additional pages that contain many more examples of similar types of work.

Round cake dish with straight sides.  The rim is rounded for easy lifting from the oven.  The sides are "chattered" which have made a textured result in the glaze. Light blue with darker blue speckles.  The dish is shown with a blueberry tea cake baked in it.
Three quarter view of a deep round bowl.  The inside is a dark old penny copper at the rim graduating to a lighter swirling smoky yet glowing bronze toward the basin.  At the bottom there is a light copper-green center webbed with dark brown cracks.
A three-quarter view of 3 similarly shaped bowls.  The range in diameter from 6 to 7 inches, but all have a fluted rim.  The bowls were all glazed with the same glaze combination and technique of application.  However, the finished results are dramatically different due to the reduction process of firing.  One is streaky sapphire blue with a white star burst basin; one is predominantly copper green with a streaky blue green basin; the last is an amethyst purple with a dark copper green and white star burst in the basin.
A stocky cup with a slightly curved lip for easy drinking, the line moves straight down to the shoulder then narrowing at the waist.  Mostly dark purple with lighter purple/blue highlights at the lip and foot.
A "Charger" is a much larger than usual plate used as a place holder at a table setting.  This round piece has a rounded lip and wide flange which has affected the glaze results.  From the outer lip toward the center, there is a light lilac purple rim followed by a dark royal blue ring that fades into a light lilac up to the edge of the flange.  The functional part of the plate is ringed by a thin lapis line that frames a nebulous melding of azure, indigo, dark sky blue, lilac, amethyst, and grape.
A wide round platter with a distinctive curved flange like a plate.  The overall color is purple, but many swirling shades ranging from dark indigo to cooncord grape with splashes of light blueish orchid.