Yearly Archives: 2012

The End of Another Year

Snow Falls by John Tams. Beautifully describes the cycle of the year. I heard it sung recently by The Feral Choir at their Forgotten Carols concert. If you ever happen to be in or around Castle Douglas just before Christmas … Continue reading

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Peace and Hope.

Here for you is the last slip trailing of 2012. This is about 17″ diameter and is an order for a customer. It is sitting in the workshop now drying out over the next wee while. I am having at … Continue reading

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Wise Old Owl

Finished! A commission that I had really enjoyed working on, the lady it is for shared my sense of humour I think. These are to go above a door way, one on each side of the wall. Chuckle.

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Her Royal Highness in her new Abode

My Jubilee Charger has been installed in it’s new home and is happy I think amongst a Silver Jubilee plate by I think Mr John Hudson and a Harry Juniper harvest jug.

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Black and Still

Slipware Harvest Jug, mono print Tonight the moon is just a tiny slither of itself, the air is as still as still can be and bitterly cold, there are stars but still it’s almost pitch dark. I stood out there, … Continue reading

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Winter is Here

Paul and I have been away for a couple of days to Alnwick over on the north east coast of England. I have I feel been doing nothing but gallivanting for the last few weeks and it is probably quite … Continue reading

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Trapped in The Sunny South West

It feels like weeks ago that I told you I was heading off for a few days to the supposedly sunny south west of England. I spent the first three days on a course with Nic Collins which was really … Continue reading

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Two in a Row

Second glaze kiln out with happy new pots in it. Can I breathe a sigh of relief? Well I don’t quite want to risk it yet but what it does mean is that some of these new wee plates are … Continue reading

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Pottery and Printery

This week I have taken pots out of the kiln finished with lovely, shiny, rich, glowing, melted, still attached to the pot glazes. The detail above is of the Pineapple / Bush / Artichoke plate. I’m going with the artichoke … Continue reading

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A Breath of Creative Fresh Air and Exciting News

Week eight of my print making course. So far we have covered introductions into additive and subtractive mono printing, intaglio using acetate as the plate and now it’s time for lino. I absolutely haven’t had the time to take off … Continue reading

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