Handbuilt Mug Sister Art Pottery - Jill (1) Sister Art Pottery - Jill (8) Sister Art Pottery - Jill (9) Sister Art Pottery - Jill (7) Jill Lindsey - Original (1) attachment-596919e75016e14548c75b15 attachment-596919e62e69cf28f06f5c68 attachment-594c0cf8d482e902e287f490 20166-min 20168-min Sister Art Pottery - Jill (5) Sister Art Pottery - Jill (2) Sister Art Pottery - Jill (3) Sister Art Pottery - Jill (4) attachment-596919e8d482e9c54b217749 Sister Art Pottery - Jill (6) Home Decor, Kitchen, PotterySister Art Pottery: Jill Lindsey by Jill Lindsey Jill Lindsey is a potter that works from a home studio in Homewood, Al. She has been making pottery for about 10 years and loves participating in local art shows. To achieve a unique look for every piece of pottery I use various clay colors, textures, and glazes. Pottery is made either on a wheel (wheel thrown) or by the slab technique (handbuilt). All of my pottery is handbuilt. Starting with a slab of clay, each piece is formed and designed by hand. When the pieces are completely dry — called green ware — I fire them in an electric kiln. After this first firing the pieces are called bisque ware. I then apply various glazes to the bisque pieces and fire the pottery a second time. After my final firing I always look forward to opening the kiln to see the finished pottery.