I have, for the last several months, been preparing, planning, organizing and realizing the dream of having my own studio. I gave up my studio a Odyssey Studios & Gallery at the end of January, took a shelf there for a month during transition and have, except for one more bisque kiln and the possibility of taking classes there in future, left Odyssey, altogether. I take with me valuable training by talented teachers and some new good friends.
I have not had time to organize the actual workspace, but I am working on actual orders from customers I've met at the various Jewish Festivals at which I have shown my work. The task seemed daunting, until I was referred a UNCA ceramics grad who would very much like studio space in exchange for being my assistant. And, this weekend, I am having the back patio covered and my Skutt KM-1227-3 installed. Additional shelving and storage will be built in the coming weeks, so that, by May, I think I'll be ready to have a Clay Club meeting here.
So, if the "creek don't rise", and today it seems like it might, Oy Clay!!! Pottery and My Wonky Pots Studio are almost there.
Another home run - John Britt has hit another home run - this time with his just published "The Complete Guide To Mid-Range Glazes" - Glazing and Firing at Cone 4-7. If you l...
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