Pots in their new homes
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Yearly Archives: 2008
Not sure what’s gotten into me, this is the third time in a week that I’ve been out for lunch with other people and not sat like a little hermit or hobbit in the studio having a quick sandwich and … Continue reading
From the left, Hazel, Lizzie, Sherry, me and Bea, after a lovely lunch and some very nice wine (wine courtesy of Alan who declined being in the picture). Thanks all, it was a lovely treat.
Whilst in the phone nattering to Doug this morning I saw this bird of clay walking across the top of that pot. Or is it just me?
Helen’s signage in action. The sale went well, pleasantly well indeed, good to see the friends that did come and have a natter and to meet some new people too. A bit more space in teh workshop now, though there … Continue reading
Make Way courtesy of the multi talented Helen’s photoshop ability and general out of the box style thinking. Thank you Helen, you’re ace.Saturday 10am till 2pm if you’re able, there’ll be signs to follow like the one above.
Chilly days and chillier nights. Beautiful though and clear and bright at night with the moon as it is getting fatter and fatter. I walked the mile ish each way from the house to the village last night to leaflet … Continue reading
I’m making way for all the new pots that I am planning to make in 2009 and hence I am having a sale of old pots and ends of lines at my pottery on Saturday 13th December from 10am till … Continue reading
New dishes out before we went up to Glasgow (don’t ask about the show, I’m going into hibernation next I think.) Hoolet jug. Glasgow, Collins Gallery, on til tomorrow (Saturday.) Ignore the wine glasses. http://www.youtube.com/get_player Country bumpkin let loose in … Continue reading
One time you do it it works just fine and dandy and the next it all melts together and you get a large slab of goo, albeit with the baking it’s a slab of edible chocolate goo and with pots … Continue reading