This white moon illuminates as the day falls to night.
The pink moon is said to serve as a signpost to signify the passage of time that means spring is right around the corner.
As the flowers began to wake and fluffy little bee butts began to wiggle themselves out of hibernation the pink moon planters were born.
The pink moon is believed to be named after a type of flower that blooms at the start of spring and spring being associated with the rebirth and renewal gave me the inspiration for the pink moon planters.
Each Piece has undergone 4 firings: first is the bisque, then I hand paint 3 layers of a white crackle glaze over the surface. Once they are fired and the crackles in the glaze body has appeared, they are then double dipped in the pink glaze and fired again.
Lastly I apply the glow in the dark moons and fire one last time to 800 degrees.