@ both ends


long nights in the studio as of late – tromping back and forth from the studio thru the gallery  – making new work and taking in the show @ the SAW gallery each time i need to get to the fridge or the bano.

i like to just let the pots in the gallery effect me when i’m in the middle of the next round.  i try not to think too hard on them or pick them apart too much while i’m in a creative cycle.  thru setting the show – hosting the opening and delivering the gallery talk  – i have a pretty good idea of what i did.  now that i’m moving the ball forward it’s handy to be able to run into the gallery for a quick ‘ what did that look like under that? ‘ issue – but other than the small technical queries-  i mostly just let the show wash over me.

i’ve just got a next glaze kiln loaded –

here’s a couple shots of the process:


1 Response to “@ both ends”

  1. 1 a NJ fan October 26, 2009 at 5:52 pm

    Great pic of the three jars. I like the overflow of the flower onto the lid. Particularly fond of the lattice. Have a good and safe trip. Hope the weather doesn’t make it toooo adventurous.


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