Pottery is a wonderful craft that some are able to take to the art form. It is in that spirit that I welcome you to this blogspace. If nothing else, go to the blogs that I follow to see some of the artists in the field. It is amazing what some people can do with clay, fire, water and some colorants. Many creations are functional, many are just deliciously beautiful and some are both.

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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

My new pugmill

Anxiously awaiting the Peter Pugger...
Just purchased enough dry clay to make pots for the next year or so.
Really enjoying all those of you who are blogging away.
Thanks to Gary for his sharing. This sure beats group therapy.

1 comment:

  1. Ho boy, here I am out of IT lately, and you mention me! Thank you :) I need to catch up on my blogs alright, gosh! All these pretty things you have made. I think that a physician like you is accustomed, perhaps, of making good use of your time? Squeeze in some patients, then finish pots later? I am a one trick pony, myself, only making pots, not treating patients at night :) let me tell you my lazy way with scrap clay---I scoop the glop out of my drip tray every day and wedge it into the next pots. That way I never have scraps building up, it is just always cycling through. I learned that after a) an apprenticeship in 1985 where I re-worked 3000 plus pounds of clay scraps for a master and b) when I first started full time and my studio was swamped with scraps, I had to do something to get rid of them! So I just started working them into the next ball of clay....