In mid March of this year, I began my self retreat at home in hopes of avoiding the Corona virus. I haven’t worked much at the community clay studio where I typically used to spend 2 or 3 afternoons each week. Midwest Clay Project (MCP) closed altogether for awhile, and now it’s reopened with social distance rules and masks required. I’m still not comfortable being in social situations, and reserve the entire MCP studio to myself every other week for a few early morning hours, just for dropping off pieces to fire, and for most of my glazing. Since I don’t have a kiln at home, I depend on, and am thankful for, MCP for glazing and firing.
Thankfully, I already had a small studio set up in my home to work on ceramics. And I’ve spent a whole lot more time there! Thought I’d give you a little tour:)
I hope you enjoyed this tour. I’m very grateful to have such a great place to create and play with clay!
Hi. I’m Rachel. An artist, feminist practitioner, and crone of compassion and wisdom living in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. I hold a bachelor of arts in studio painting and art education.
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