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A Partridge in a Pear Tree
‘Tis the season to sing all of our favorite carols, play the seasonal tunes and make objects out of clay that remind us of both. OK, maybe that’s just me, but if you can’t relate, maybe cookie baking is a … Continue reading
Where has the time gone?
Wow! I realized today I had not posted anything for about three months. For those of you who were extremely worried, I assure you I am fine; only to have been suffering from “alottodo”, with a touch of “procrastinitus”. Nonetheless, … Continue reading
Bank on This
Want to have a great relaxing time in a very peaceful, beautiful setting this weekend? Well bank on this!! The 2012 annual craft and artisan show at Shaker Village, Pleasant Hill Kentucky is the place to be. Here are some … Continue reading
Whooooooose Plate is This?
A friend of mine, let’s call her Michelle, loves owls. And I agree. Owls are cool birds. First of all, they are amazing to look at. From the smallest we have in our area, Screech Owls, to the biggest we’ve … Continue reading
Ollas (oy yas)
Oh Yeah? or Oh No? That is the question. Well, the first question is really, What the heck is an olla? Well, I wasn’t even sure myself until I did a little digging. (pun intended but you won’t get it … Continue reading
Reflections on my work
This month, ( June) I am honored to have the display window of The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, down on Main Street, in Evansville Indiana. Since I do different styles of pottery, from different time periods of American history, I thought … Continue reading
Bank of Knowledge
I was fortunate again this year to be invited back to Washington Catholic Elementary School’s Pioneer Day. I did a post last year and said how much fun it was; and it really is fun to watch the students in … Continue reading
Nothing better to start the day than to walk out the door and be greeted by the sight of a beautiful stand of poppies, presenting their pretty petals to all who pass by, whether birds, insects, dogs or humans, I’m sure all take … Continue reading
Arts in Harmony!!
This weekend! Looking for some great art, great people and great music in a great historic town? Come to New Harmony Indiana’s “Arts in Harmony” event, rain or shine, in the Historic Ribeyre Gym at the corner of Tavern and … Continue reading
Burnin’ in Arkansas
Just got back from Arkansas firing an above ground, Groundhog wood kiln with John Perry and Judi Munn, two of the nicest folks you’d ever want to meet. John and Judi are the potters at the Ozark Folk Center … Continue reading