Hello world!

This is the first post on The Potter’s Wheel blog where I hope to inform and engage fellow potters and ceramic enthusiasts. The studio is a busy one with interests in not only mid-range cone 6 electric, but gas, wood, high-fire porcelain, and raku, for example. I just competed a raku fire this week and will be sealing the surfaces today. Most of them are frames, and will be fitted with glass or mirrors.
It’s a great day for it – dry and cool. Oh, how I’d love to have a raku fire today!

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6 Responses to Hello world!

  1. Grace Anker says:

    Just had a visit from a neighborhood dad with his little baby girl. We’re making a picture frame using her handprints.

  2. Ellen Kanner says:

    What a great creative way to keep the neighborhood families involved with the studio. Hand and foot prints in clay are always a great memory to have.

    • Arvid says:

      Gary – Art & Spirituality are both terms that seem to be viewed very subjectively. I like the idea of “journeying through the collective unconscious.” Many of us are doing that in our artistic and spiritual growth. I see a common connection, maybe something else to write about even. Thank you.

  3. Loretta Tedeschi Cuoco says:

    Hey Grace,
    Thanks for posting my photos. My cousin absolutely LOVED the platter and how perfectly it coordinated with her newly renovated kitchen. I appreciate your help and advice in the glazing process!

  4. Adriana says:

    thanks for share!

  5. Clarissa says:

    nice website.