Three different Clay Samples that I have collected throughout the past two years from various places. Although simple, I find them pretty.
An interesting, not rock, fragment I found while on a trip to Chaco Canyon. What I thought was a rock might not be, it doesn’t feel like a one.
Rough Rocks share similar coloring but different values of the same texture. These two somehow belong together. One too jagged the other barely.
Pairs from my ever-growing rock collection. I think they all compliment each other either from color, texture or shape. Enjoy!
Porcelain rocks made from terra-cotta and white colored clay scraps. To get this look I smashed huge dry chunks of clay with a hammer.
A rock I found in a gravel driveway at a job I hated and the floral wire stand I made for it. This rock was the highlight of my day when I found it.
Collected around 2008. I remember my grandpa collecting these topaz pebbles in an orange prescription medicine bottle. The yellow color is so soothing.
Two metamorphic rocks my mom bought me from a rock show in Utah. I really like the texture and colors of these ones. Plus they are so nice to hold.
I think these two make a really nice texture and color matching. Here they are in a warm light.
Serpentine Verdite. I bought this rock at a rock show because it was so pretty and soft. I plan on making this into a glaze, maybe.