Beautiful, that cup of Alex is so great. Meagans work is great, can't wait to see in person and Tracey's barns are so classic and Americana, love them.That's my vase the dowel almost got stuck in. Ha. Thanks.
I'm having my coffee now, cranberry later on.
Can't wait to see everyone's work! Thanks for the 'nibbles.'
Chai in a Dean and Martin cup for me this morning and still catching up on the blogging I missed this week! Thanks for posting these little teasers, they are fun to see. Hope I'm still making barns by October, it was funny to see the pear of mine in SP since I haven't made one in ages. I probably should make some more!!
I love this nice and simple format that you are using to show the work and introduce the artists...
Yaaay! how fun to see the beginnings of the show... I've got my creative clay cap on now!
@Linda- Thanks for the compliment. I love making teabowls. No one I know uses them for green tea, but I think knowing that folks fill them with hot chocolate or ice cream makes it all right!I too, am looking forward to this show! Great potters all.
very nice 2nd installment and a very cool show teaser!
I am humbled to be in such great company for this exhibit.Did you know that if you google "clay and blogs" you get a bunch of crap about Clay Aiken? Can we do anything about that?
we should invite him to join the show!
He could sing a duet with Tracey's daughter!
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