Waiting to be Glazed
This is what is waiting for me this afternoon. A few more dips and I'm set to load the kiln this evening. I made a hard decision to cancel my show in Raleigh this weekend due to state of my grandmother. I couldn't focus on getting much done these last few weeks so all you great folks going to Larkspur this year. I'll miss you but will be there hopefully to regain my post next summer!
Yesterday was spent at Clayworks and today I'm catching up on my Art History folks, running kids to some well check-ups, end of the year parties and doctoring a poor cat who injured her paw. And yes...it is my cat Paws! I'm going to run back and pick her up at the cat doctor after picking up my other "kiddies".
I took my camera to class yesterday but I was so engrossed in my demo's that I only got two students at the end of class to for some photo's. Only one more class to go and then I will be saying goodbye to teaching clay for awhile along with all the fine folks I've met at Clayworks.
Here is John very proud of his Cake-plate. He's showing off the top with this great Shino combo he did.