I spent a better part of the day yesterday airbrushing these bowls and plates. What you see here is the pots glazed, but before airbrushing. There are 2 coats of the tan glaze, 3 coats of the blue glaze, and a brushed coat of a glaze I call Gatorskin, which is a slip based ash like glaze. I also airbrush Gatorskin so that the effect of it is very subtle and feathered, rather than hard edged if it were brushed at the end. This first photo is looking from the front to the back of the shop, north to south.
The photo below looks from west to east and you can see the dinner plates ready to be airbrushed. Perhaps you also notice a water purification system on the wall in back. We have very bad water here in the woods, and this system is an attempt to get good water. It works very well. The water has less that 10 ppm dissolved solids, and tastes wonderful. I also use it for glazes, and mixing clay too. I have started mixing all my own clay.
The old refrigerator gave up the ghost a couple of months ago, and I have not wanted to buy a brand new one, and have not checked Craigslist faithfully for oldies as I will have to have help loading it into my truck, and I am just so busy with the commitments of these pots. But soon a "new" refrigerator will appear. Perhaps the one at our house which is now just 20 years old.