6) Celadon glaze on Speckled Brownstone clay, natural lighting.
|9) Glossy green with white glaze over it. Leaves in turquoise. White clay.|
OK, so when we talk about greens, there are so many variations, and yellows as well. Please don't ask me to match a color. I'd go crazy (except when I do some simple glaze like the Butter Yellow, which comes pre-mixed, and isn't a combination like a lot of my glazed pieces.) When painting flowers, bees, and lady bugs, most of the glaze requires three coats to be a clear color, which is why these take so much work.