Studio and Life Musings, 8

I got a lot done this past week. Glazed, loaded, and fired my gas kiln. There are more than 100 ornaments in there. Bruce’s grandson made about 24 of them. He is going to keep a few and give some as gifts. Shhh, Carmen if you read this. :). Our Thanksgiving was quiet. I started to feel sorry for myself and thought of all the people who are truly struggling or hurting.
A few Michigan Lighthouse ornaments
Then, turned my thoughts to being grateful for a healthy family, friends, a home, a beautiful area that we live in, a new puppy, and lots of clay ideas bouncing around in my head.

 

Leo, my puppy Coton de Tulear
Leo with lots of toys.

I am keeping my fingers crossed with the houses that I make. I have a few in this firing. I am always working on the story line with regard to moon phases and time passages. I am hoping that the moon on each house glows in either pink or a copper haze.

 

A house that sold. See the moon, birds, and faint lines for days in the week? I dropped this on purpose so it sagged. Just like none of us are perfect.

Tomorrow morning, I am meeting Stephen Kostyshyn, one of our artists, half way from his home, for new work. It will be like Christmas opening his boxes. Oh, did I mentions, we sold a wonderful original hand pulled print by Lee Ann Frame this week. So, excited for the new owners. It’s really lovely.

 

In the Garden, intaglio print

Take good care, C2.

 

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