Portland Pottery in early January. However, they were still in the midst of enlarging the high fire gas kiln. Got it completed and now work is sailing through as we all get accustomed to the changes in the kiln. Check out teacher Lori Watts blog. Strictly fun!
More old stuff, new stuff.
Heart bowls that I got too late for Valentines Day but thank goodness love is a year round thing! Perfect for cereal since after you finish the cereal, you can tip the point into your mouth and there goes the milk!
Photo by John Morrill Read, (website under construction), friend, human being and artist extraordinaire! Art turned 60 and we had to celebrate. Great time of year for the party, everyone was tired of wintah, and we had a Texas theme with Ronda Dale along with Kevin Attra and special guest Nina, all delighting us with Texas swing music. Everyone participated in the amazing food and a good time was had by all from what we hear. Never saw so many cowboy hats in Maine in one spot! Boots, too! Art was certainly feeling the love that afternoon. What a nice way to usher in the 60's.
New Work-Found a new fish plate for this year and I really like them a lot.
Still making wool bowls. thanks to my cousin Julie and her knitting group in Trinidad, CO.
Cushing Matte Blue if you can imagine!
Fun with Cushing Matte Green and wax resist.
open studios on Peaks this summer. Can't wait to share his work and I love having his energy in my studio. I also have a new "claymate" in Justin Palmer, an islander with a degree in ceramics from Bennington, VT. The studio is alive and well!
The cork bulletin board is finished! Looks great and thanks to all my pals who have been saving their corks for me so I could finish. Mucho appreciate y'all drinking all that wine to help me out.
There you have it, 3 months worth. Enjoy! I am headed for the studio. Happy creating!