I thought I was spending a lot of time making pots before I broke my ankle. Now, it is consuming me. All for a good cause though. Remember that we are hosting the art show on November 30. Get your tickets if you haven't already HEREView more news videos at: http://www.nbcwashington.com/video.
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The pottery is lookin good Chris. Thought for sure you'd use your signature punch of devastation when you had to start over.Lol!
want. a burgandy & gold beer stein...I'll need to put in a silent bid at the art show 4 that.
Hmmm... how can we bid from afar and get a piece shipped?
They're beautiful. And so fragile. So very fragile.
lol I like the way you two were chucking paint or clay whatever it was next your 80 thousand dollar Benz.
Is it the 13th or the 30th? Did you change it again? Your post title states 13th.Hope to make it to the show.HTTRS!
No idea if you're familiar with FarmVille, Chris, but it's a ridiculously addicting way to waste time on the internet. So anyways, here's my artistic piece for the week, via FarmVille: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=30714897&id=73701480:)
Chris, I'm so glad to see you up and about and being so productive with all your new free time. Ha. So, no more boot? That's pretty awesome. Does that mean you're driving the new ride then? We need pics pronto please! By the way, so glad to see your old hair is back! :)
I love you more everyday!
Gotta "be the clay"--can't force it. If it wobbles it wasn't destined to be a pot... yeah--I've thrown a few pots--with most of them being thrown into the slip bucket! It's so satisfying when you actually complete one tho, eh? Great way to re-hab--helps you to focus the mind while at the same time letting it wander...