Friday, March 8, 2013

Cutting up at Whynot



Mark has been busy cutting away on the vases and throwing more tall pots for the top of the kiln. He really likes the new clay from Williams Clay Supplies just down the road from us.He is impressed with how well it stands up to being push and pulled around.
There are grunts of approval coming from his side of the room. 



More vases and pitcher going on yesterday.

We had the connection to the internet worked on so I hope that we will stay on line now with no problems.
So far all is working well. It does amaze me that they call you and say yes I can see a drop in your connection. From where? What else do you see? I better make sure I am making the bed when I get up.



Not too much more to tell you with the exception of another spotting of the Eagle.
Seems spring is really here.



Catch you later,
M

10 comments:

Tracey Broome said...

You should let me come over and glaze those for you,haha!
Yes, big brother is watching, scary stuff

smartcat said...

I love the way the change with carving and ears. Ah Spring! It's snowing here.

Lori Buff said...

It's always fun and a bit scary testing a new clay body. It's also wonderful when it works out well and those pots look like it's working out really, really well.

I need to go make my bed now.

Shortstuff said...

Spring may have sprung in your neck of the woods, but we had a little wintertime smackdown up here this week. I may be moving in with you!

Linda Starr said...

blogger lost my comment, I have a few bills I'd like to cut up Ha. nice to have a resident eagle, he may be fishing in your pond.

cookingwithgas said...

Tracey, I would let you. I trust you that much.
Smartcat thanks, I dig those ears. I think it pulls the whole pot together.

Lori hardworking out well and I see you made your bed.....
Leslie your room is ready!
Linda...I hate when blogger gobbles up post.

cookingwithgas said...

Darn auto correct.....

Laurie said...

OK, the making the bed comment had me laughing. And that auto correct...

Cha Cha said...

You know, I feel like we could all use more grunts of approval in our lives.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

suuuuuch pretty vases :)