Earth and Fire Weekend

Earth and Fire, this weekend at Rufford Country Park near Ollerton in Nottinghamshire. The weather forecast says the weather is going to be marvelous if you like to be a little damp so come prepared and then you can still spend time enjoying all the wonderful pots on display.

I finally have some pots out that I am quite pleased with but as always I would like another couple of months to really get the ones that I wanted (and still I’d be wanting more). I really like these two plates, especially the Strange Wading Bird one up the top of the post there. These are both coming with me. I have more pictures somewhere of the pots out last week but I seem to have misplaced them on the computer somewhere. I will have filed them somewhere obscure no doubt. I’ll have another look next week.

The back sides of these two plates both have trailed patterns too, there’s so much scope there for more decoration, is it silly to just keep on trailing?

Three new big jugs and a wee bundle of smaller ones of these, the 2lb versions that I put on the blog last week sometime.
I managed to walk into the corner of a car door yesterday, I had a proper cartoon egg on my forehead for a while there, now the lump has thankfully gone down a lot but it is slightly blue and if I sit with my head in my hands in mid flap then it flipping hurts and when I put my goggles on to grind the stilts off the pots – ouch! Hopefully by tomorrow it’ll not be noticeable at all anymore and if it still is, well I have a lot of hair to cover it with…

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10 Responses to Earth and Fire Weekend

  1. Laura says:

    Beautiful! Are those some new colors for you?

  2. Dennis Allen says:

    Of course it's silly but I love them both.The underside is a lovely bonus.

  3. Christine says:

    That top bird dish is really rich, nice one! Good luck at Earth an Fire.

  4. Susan says:

    Oh wonderful pots, see you and them at Earth and Fire.

  5. ang walford says:

    far out love the slippy brushy stuff!! and ouch…I feel ya pain 😛

  6. gz says:

    Lovely work. Enjoy Rufford!

  7. Ron says:

    Have a great weekend. Keep on trailing!!

  8. The plates are stunninig- never too much trailing!!

  9. Anna says:

    Gotta agree, never too much trailing! And my but you are as graceful as I am! Take care of that bump and good luck at E&F!

  10. kateuk says:

    Those plates are absolutely lovely.The pots are too.

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