Bone dry pots..

I've slowly been loading my kiln. Below are some new small flower blocks. All the daffodils are popping up all over our yard so naturally my thoughts have turned to flower vases/blocks and bottles. Today I went to take down my show in at the Cleveland County Arts Council and we pleasantly surprised the I had sold a good bit of stuff while also having some great pots left over to add to my new selections for the up coming Spring Sale at Ron's this Saturday.
I'm excited to see how some of these new pots come out. The weather is going to be great...60's here in the South so I'm hoping for some good foot traffic.
On the home front everyone in the house hold is has been battling Pink Eye. Nasty Stuff!! Knock on wood the main care-giver has not yet contracted it! Poor Joey has been its latest victim. He's been trying hard to think of a way to mask his swollen eye tomorrow and sneak into work. Being one who loves a sick day I just told him "STAY HOME!". I can just see that "Pink Eye" bug as a little character with big feet, beady eye's and silly grin jumping all over the house trying to catch me!
(Maybe I should just encourage Joey to go to work in the morning!)


jim deason said...

flower blocks are new to me. cool idea!

claydancer said...

Wow, you have really been hard at work! I spent last night photographing all of my sculpture so I feel where you are coming from! Here's my homemade light tent. http://dancingclay.blogspot.com/2009/12/light-box-diy-cheap-easy-tutorial.html
I've made shorter legs since this shot.

cookingwithgas said...

love the vases!
Stay away from the pink eye-nasty stuff.