That is the one you've been seeing for the last week, and will be brought to Black Mountain Center for the Arts on Tues.
This one, now number 3, isn't black. It isn't cone 6 porcelanous clay (white) but a stoneware.
That's ok, cause the yellow flowers turned into just a clear glaze over the clay color, but still have a bit of orange outlines. The bee looks ok however. That's me critique-ing my work. Tell me the right way to spell that word and I'll learn it.
There are also a honey pot and some tea bowls in the same glaze...in case this had become the gallery submission.
OK, I just noticed I could take these pieces out on the front steps and take pictures in natural light, since the sun has almost gone behind the trees already. So now you can see more of the true color.
These are obviously less than professional level photos. But that's mainly because the glaze is so shiny. I'd need to use reflectors and have a good photo cube set up if I were going to give you better photos. This is as good as it will be this time however. I like the green and speckled glaze still, and it's much prettier in person!
Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.