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Clay of the Day—those clay for-the-wall are flats going well

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“Bar Harbor Flowers, ” 36″ x 60″ took shape quickly this month

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Clay of the Day–more successes means more works for my show in September at the Joyful Jewel!

The yellows and blues continue to work together and provide good surprises. I’ve been cranking out small flats for the wall because I’ll be the featured artist in September at the Joyful Jewel! “Clay for the Wall” goes up August … Continue reading

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Friday in the Studio–some pieces further along

Last Friday I finally got a full studio day. There have been many things other than art on the to-do list, mostly in the chore category. It was great to be back and fling some paint!  

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Clay of the Day–out of the oven

I am continuing with this slip, stain and glaze combo: white slip, golden ambrosia slip and dark teal slip on greenware, then Cushings and butter yellow glazes with stains– black, teal, and golden ambrosia. I’m changing the forms and experimenting … Continue reading

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