7.20.2010

Finished work

I took some quick photo's this evening before calling it a day.
I've only ventured out to my studio to unpack pots and pick-up a bit. Its still alittle disheveled from my last glaze marathon. I managed to finally get my pug-mill back today. When I showed up to get it the motor wasn't attached and the guy who fixed it was trying to explain to me what I needed to do when I got home to put the motor back on. One blank look from me was all he needed to remember that he had the other part and needed to find it and put it back together for me!! The whole ordeal only cost me $48 bucks ( where that number came from I have no idea). If I could have this evening I would have started pugging clay but I was to busy with my Domestic Goddess duties to be a potter so I guess it will have to wait until I'm back from vacation.
Its been some time since I took photo's. Its funny how when your viewing them they seem brighter than when I post them on here! I find that pretty frustrating......



I updated my show information today. I was thrilled to be invited to a dinnerware show at the Worcester Center for Crafts, in Worcester MA. I can't wait to get back to start on this project.

I'm hoping to still post some idea's and thoughts while I'm away enjoying a bit of a break with my family. We are heading up to Gatlinburg so maybe I'll be able to sneak off and visit Arrowmount one day!

9 comments:

cookingwithgas said...

the butter keeper looks like the birds are flying while holding a sheet-i love the movement in this!
have a nice break away from it all.
M

littlewrenpottery.co.uk said...

Hope you have a great holiday!
Your pieces look great, photography is still something I'm developing myself but imho yours look better than mine!

Gary's third pottery blog said...

sure, I would KILL for that teapot, yes I would....

jim said...

beautiful pieces jen... i like the photo of the stacked pieces

ang said...

ha good one, i know that face well....yeh back to pugging..

Beth said...

I always find that photos just can't capture the real color and depth of a glaze, too. But your pots are still obviously lovely! :D

Brad T said...

Those are some fine looking pots!!

Pauline said...

I absolutely love your work.

Jesse Lu said...

Oh these pieces are soooo beautiful.