Monday, January 24, 2011

All good things...

All good things must come to an end and it is time for the last of the pots from the Clay and Blog show to head back home.
Last year at this time we were busy planning the show.
In the year we planned and made the show quite a success.
But I still think what made this for me was getting to know the potters who participated in the show.
Meeting many of them in person  was the high light of putting this together.
And finding out that Hannah, Doug and Angela are all coming to the USofA in April even better.
I do hope we all get a minute to meet.
If you are interested there will be 3 workshops with them.
First one kicks off with Hollis in Cape Cod.
The second in Virginia with Dan
and the third in North Carolina with Ron.
Should be great fun.
Angela

Hannah

Doug

Cheers!
M

7 comments:

Gary's third pottery blog said...

thank you for adding me to the show!

ang said...

hey i'm just a hanger on but thanks :)) the real show is Doug and Hannah slipware making and decoing it should be fab!! I have heard words of making me wedging girl but thats just hilarious :P I may just end up sabotaging the clay...it will be a real treat to meet everyone..

cookingwithgas said...

there is nothing wrong with being Clay girl! Super women that you are-are you coming with a cape!?

Linda Starr said...

Thanks so much for the invitation to the show Meredith, it's been so wonderful getting to know you and Mark and meeting so many of the fellow bloggers in person. Thanks for all your hard work, wish I lived closer to help out more.

I didn't know Ang was coming over too, great news.

Hollis Engley said...

I'm the one who designated Angela "Wedging Girl and Chief Heckler." And I fully expect her to do her duty, at least at the Cape Cod stop on the tour, especially if she wants one of the free lunches.
Thanks again for all the work, Meredith. And to the silent partner, Mark, who must have had to put up with a lot of talking and worrying and planning by you.
I expect to see you guys here on the Cape some warm day. Though not today, when it is a solid 10 degrees F. at noon.

Judy Shreve said...

Thanks Meredith (and Mark!) for the invitation to participate and all your hard work making this show such a success. It was a wonderful experience! :))

ang said...

hey meredith ahhhh no..no cape required in the job specs...just grunt work..Yeh thanks Hollis :P