holding a bowl with the mysterious Nuka glaze, "oh so dark, so mysterious."
Naomi was working on a sculpture of some beast.
And here is some pottery that was dipped in slipped
and then fumbled around with and ending up with a surprising resemblence to some kind of plant form. This potter is brilliant.
Meanwhile, downstairs in Chet's class, Lisa Gluckin
was unloading an electric kiln with some of her work. On the right is a nice little drawing in clay. Would of been nice in the "Color and Line" show that I visited (and mentioned the other day) last week at Mudfire.
Well it's always fun to sneak around Penland and visit. When I begin the juggernaut of pottery making next week I won't have the liberty of ramblin' 'round Penland. So I've got to get over there when I can.