Splendid sunsets and slipware pots.

We have had a week of utterly fabulous weather, most of it I have spent inside on a course, inside in a photography studio and inside at a Scottish Potters meeting oh and driving to and from Edinburgh and Perth. Typical. Anyway we have been having beautiful sunsets, the sort that make me go out into the garden and twirl around in a happy manner.

A couple of weeks ago Amanda took some pictures for me for my Spring Fling application as I was in a slight panic not having any new pictures in time. These two on this post are two of hers.

This sunset was just as I got home from Perthshire last night. What a welcome home.

Both these pots will be traveling down to the Geffrye Museum this weekend to Ceramics in the City, Friday, Saturday and Sunday this week. Pots are packed and the courier is coming tomorrow and I’ll be catching the train down on Wednesday morning. That really is the way to do it you know.


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2 Responses to Splendid sunsets and slipware pots.

  1. paul jessop says:

    The pots and the sun sets are stunning.You've gotta get the phrase apples & Pears in to your sales patter in London it'll go down a treat.Trust Me I'm a Potter.

  2. ang says:

    now driving from perth you obv. didn't mean here coz you'll get ocean or desert…hahah…hope the wkd is the best, excellent idea on couriering the work, although the train was easy it's the underground that's the arrrhhhhhhhhhhhhh…

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