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There is more going on in the studio than EVER before. Once again, I have some help coming in three days a week and every evening after Aaron leaves, I have a dozen things to tend to. Makes for late nights, but man, have I been making!! Below is a picture of the studio in full swing. There is so much action, it has to be cleaned, organized and mopped every day. Unfortuntely for a web update, I am keeping a number of things under wraps. I just don't want to show some of the treasures until they are finished. I can tell you that nearly everything this year is going to be new.
I have made a last batch of tile panels. Wisteria in the snow...
wisteria with no snow...
cherry blossoms with what will be a HOT white sun and orange sky...
and the final poplar panel for the year. I have about four of these that are similar in composition. If they work out as anticipated, they are going to be unbelievable. Don't forget the handmade metal frames that will really push them over the edge of what beauty and pottery is.
I have wanted to make some corny pots for a long time.
And after looking at my wish list (actually "your" wish list since it is composed of pieces people have emailed me and expressed an interest in) I had to squeeze in a few more gourds.
I have been doing a number of projects that involve mold making. Here is a rubber mold that is one step in making ceramic molds.
I am making another self portrait. This piece will sit on the table in an unusual fashion. It is going to be facing up at a 45 or 60 degree angle, eyes closed, smiling and the face will be glazed yellow. It will be titled, "Spring!!!"
Something else I am making is something everyone has been asking me to make for years. Well, I am doing it this year and it is the last project for this make cycle. Sorry, I am not telling you. Just have extra money in your pocket when you are standing at the door. Don't froget to be at the door early, because there will only be a few.
I'll be talkin' to you in two weeks.