so who are the artists of these? know some, not all..... happy weekend!
Paul Jessop, Whynot pottery, Mark Hewitt pottery, Hollis Engley, and the two tumblers I forget. I got them at the nc craft gallery and blogged about them, someone that reads my blog sent an email about his past which wasn't too pleasant, but I can't remember his name.... Does anyone remember?
I remembered, John Elder made the two tumblers
i just found your blog via pinterest. i feel the same as you about glazes,and wondered if you use pinterest, as there are lots of inspiring photos and tutorials and recipes there that are much easier to find (and credit) and store than tumblr. i do love the finish on the ladder you have a close up of. :) i've pinned it and some of your other work.
Love it ...
Hello Tracey, I'm a long time reader of your blog. Love your work and your honesty.Your houses resonate with me so much - home is very important to me, and your homes have soul.How can they not? They are imbued with the very essence of the much loved objects that are integrated into them along with a good dose of your wonderful personality.Thank you for creating them and for sharing them with the world :)And, your dish drainer is a work of art in itself!
Hi K., for some reason I like tumblr more than pinterest, I seem to go against the flow with all this social media,haha! I love tumblr and it suits my interests, but thanks so much for your comments!Hollis, of course you do, there are some of your pieces there, haha!Vicki thank you so much for your kind words, I needed that today :)
Yes, the dish drainer looks like a piece in itself. So neat to see mugs in use.BTW your latest post is not coming up when I click it!
the last post needs to be rewritten, I didn't like it after all :)
I like seeing picture of your dish strainer. And that is how it usually looks when I am at your house!
Well, of course. That's why I love it.
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