Monday in the studio

I'm working on what seems like a 100 tiles. Here are some boxed up so they don't dry out before all the other one's are finished. I have them stashed all over my studio in plastic bags and cartons. I have to make a bunch because I need to make sure all the one's for the mural are pretty level. These pillow tiles that I make tend to vary in "puffiness". (I guess that is the best way to describe it.) I'll just use the ones that don't fit in the grouping for my regular production and this way nothing will be wasted. Back to making more families of bottles.
Today Mckenna was home sick from school. She spent time on a little towel before her doctors appointment coloring Tweetie birds for all her friends at school. We had a nice day together and I am happy to report that she'll be back at school in the morning. I'll miss her little company but I really need to get crackin' in my studio!


Patricia Griffin Ceramics said...

Hi Jen - Are these tiles for the MasterWorks show you mentioned a few postings back? You posted a sketch of your plan and I'm looking forward to seeing how it comes out or if you go in another direction. What a challenge!

cookingwithgas said...

smart way to keep them wet until you can get back at them!
Where does the time go, then again you have three little ones!

Gary's third pottery blog said...

adore the little bottles. oh yes!

Anonymous said...

beautiful family of bottles... it's nice to have the little ones' company in the studio