A quiet gray day here at the pottery. Jack is snoozing in his box as I write this. Thank goodness he doesn't snore! (yet) Clay is thawed, mixed, and pugged. But first there were taxes to finish and still a layer of fine sawdust on everything in the shop to rid before I start to spin. Aaaaaa, what's a little fine sawdust wedged into my clay!
This morning, before I head up the hill, I'm planning a trip to Seagrove. Next week I'm meeting with my "cousins" to plan our show (June 5, 6th!!!) and was also checking out the NC Pottery Center to make sure they would be open so I could see the current show (Fire in the Valley: Catawba Valley Pottery Then and Now). I'll take my tripod and take some pictures for you when I visit.
I'm also hoping to see cousin Ron over Shelby on the way!
I also checked into Mark Hewitt's web page to see if there was anything going on over on Johnny Burke Rd. and found this.
Related to yesterday's post, Mark puts it in simple concise language, as only Mark can, "...take what you've learned and add to it."
[Want to learn how drive a truck? Well, I found this just for you.]
Let's make some pottery!
Film at 11.