Monday, September 10, 2012

Odds & Ends

To the left is one of my flower holders -- the bowl part holds the water, the upright tubes hold a small assortment of cut flowers, and openings in the bottoms of the tubes allow the water to fill the tubes and keep the flowers fresh. Pictured with the flower holder are two small saggar-fired pots.

To the right are some of my miniature Pegasus series pots.

Below is an Anagama-kiln fired pot in a more classical style -- dressed up for the holidays.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Rock and Roll Throw-a-Thon!

 6 + 12 = 18?

Don't be too sure!

 Check it out! This weekend I'll be one of six potters -- that's the 6 -- throwing on two wheels -- 6 x 2 = 12, so that's the 12 -- each at the Rock & Roll Throw-a-thon at the Morean Center for Clay at the Train Station aka St. Petersburg Clay Company.

My guess is I'll whip out 40 or 50 bowls, pots, and jars easy. In one day.

Times 6 x 2 days ... we just might produce 600 or more objects this weekend!

Does Guinness have a spot for us?

The address?

420 22nd Street S. in St. Petersburg.

Look for us in the back section of the old train station.

I'm told the music will be crankin' ... and so will we! Come cheer us on.