Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Thanks Meredith

 Thanks Meredith! The dolls you brought me are finding new homes and I have been so happy to have them with me, if only for a short while. They are off now to bring joy to others!
The set of chairs finally made it out in one piece and they are one their way to Charlotte tomorrow for the Lark and Key show.

 These two very cute girls stopped by my studio today. Allison, on the right, is a cello player and came to get the little cello girl that Meredith gave me.
It is so fun when people come by my studio and I get to show them how I make the things they are buying from me. We had a very nice visit and it's nice to know that one more of my pieces will have a happy home!! I'm sure I probably talked way too much to them! I have been very alone in my studio these past weeks. Wesley comes out to cheer me on every now and then, and that is most appreciated. It's nice to have someone to ask their opinion when I am working on something. But she is about it, so it was fun for me to get some reaction on my pieces for Lark and Key from people I don't really know.
Those pieces are now packed up and ready to go. I'll be driving them down to Charlotte tomorrow and that is the last of my clay making until after our vacation!
Enjoy your new home, sweet little girl :)


Dennis Allen said...

Have a nice vacation!

cookingwithgas said...

How wonderful! I was telling my Mother about Lundy Jane and the houses you make. I went on line and showed them to her. I bet if my mother could still drive she would find her way to your door.
It has been great to be a part of the energy.
Enjoy your down time.

Lori Buff said...

I just love these on the chairs, they are really fantastic pieces.
I love having visitors to the studio, they really seem to get an idea of what all goes into making the pots when they see the space. I think it also gives them a good feeling about the work, it becomes really personal.

Brenda said...

I love your little houses sitting on the little chairs!

Susan Wells said...

the leg one looks like it could jump off that chair and walk away!

Tracey Broome said...

Thanks everyone!!!!