Glazes are a funny thing. Keep in mind that the colors can vary slightly from the images below and can vary from the darkest parts of the glazes to the brightest most colorful parts of the glazes. That's the beauty of handmade pottery.
My first fishing trip in Montana was out on the Missouri River. We borrowed a drift boat from a friend and drifted down the river and attempted to fly fish for the first time. I wasn't very successful with catching fish, but I did catch some inspiration. The colors of the "Mighty Mo" range from dark greens and blues to browns and hints of gold. I love the way this glaze is layered and the unexpected results each time I fire. I especially love the differences this glaze offers on a vertical versus a horizontal surface.
On our way from Helena to Craig we drive through a canyon we are calling Wolf Creek Canyon which is near a town called Wolf Creek. There are towering mountains on one side and grassy plains on the other. Great Divide was inspired from these overlooks with the ruggedness of the Montana mountains to the beautiful plains around you. The rock faces tower the roadway on either side just like in these glazes. This is one of my most favorite drives in all of Montana as it shows the toughness, but also the beauty, of this state and the people in it. The gold in this glaze can be light like shown or darker gold l. Please keep that in mind when selecting.