Cranking (sort of)
January is almost over and I feel like I haven’t made many pots. No, I know I haven’t. Between SNOW…
And Snow Days, when I am home with my daughter…
And battling sickness, and freezing temperatures…
(this is what happens to a pot when it freezes. It gets ruined.)
I haven’t gotten that much made. But I’m plugging away, and getting some things done. I hope to fire at the end of February, but I think it will be ok if I have to push that date.
Pots, pots, pots!
My husband has a great article in the Laurel of Asheville. You can read it HERE.
I was asked to contribute a piece to the La Mesa show at NCECA this year. If you haven’t seen it- it’s one LONG table with place settings and serving dishes, and it fills a hall in a hotel. It’s a great group of potters and I’m delighted to be part of it. When I get images of this year’s I’ll post them. Thanks Santa Fe Clay for the invite!
I was also invited to do the Potters Market Invitational at the Mint in Charlotte. Yahoo! It’s not until September, but I’m thrilled.
One more thing- I was asked to be the featured artist at the DeCordova Museum in Boston- for their shop in September.
OK. Grae has a full day of school today so I’d better get to work. Thanks for reading.