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I just finished up with 3 art sales in the last 2 weeks. Whew! It's a lot of work! Here's a photo of the lists I make in order to keep myself sane. Each show requires different setup and display supplies, so checking items off the list as I gather them up helps keep me organized. … Continue reading spring art sales 5.10.2018
I recently purchased and read Sunshine Cobb's latest book titled "Mastering Hand Building: Techniques, Tips, and Tricks for Slabs, Coils, and More." I suppose I could've waited until my public library bought the book, but I am impatient at times;) Plus, I wanted to own it because 1) it was written by a woman, 2) … Continue reading “Mastering Handbuilding” book, 3.22.2018
A couple months ago, I posted about a new bowl I made using recycled kiln wire and red stoneware clay. I was delighted with how that bowl turned out, and have made a couple more since then. My delight continues. Simply photos will suffice this week. Enjoy!
With the current political climate in the United States, I've been thinking about how I can incorporate my politics into my art. I don't want to be strictly a political artist... I don't think... but you never know what might lurk behind a door you choose to open! After my eldest daughter Elly showed me … Continue reading political mugs 3.23.2017
This week I'm at a ceramics workshop in rural Wisconsin, near Dodgeville, at Adamah Clay Studios. The instructor is Linda Christianson, from Minnesota, and there are 7 other women attending. One of the main reasons I chose this particular workshop is that the instructor is female. Although it seems to me that most potters and ceramic … Continue reading ceramics workshop 6.1.2016