this weekend was the river arts district studio stroll...
it was fun to be a fly on the wall, while still being involved. we drove up saturday morning to see hundreds of people milling around the areas. HUNDREDS.... i was overwhelmed. luckily, my pots were in BFT so i stayed in the studio and worked on the pots i have made since i've been here.
here a few pics of my building. i wish i had taken more of the studio stroll as a whole, but....i didn't.
|a couple of my super cool studio mates selling their pots|
|beautiful mountain morning|
|97 roberts street (not to be confused with the roberts street studios)|
|97 c thats where we b|
|all in a day|
check out this article in the
lots of really awesome pictures!
i've been doing a lot of hand building this week because my wheel was out of order. i learned that hand building is much slower than i thought! seemed like i used to be much more efficient. i am using some new molds: i blame them...HA!
the wheel is now back in working order. my hubby replaced the mother board (ugh, i hate that term, that same term has killed several of my computers!!!). i can't wait to get going!!!
now, i am on my way back to beaufort. i intend to fire back to back glaze firings. i will also pack up the studio...its going to be really hard. i loved the heck out of my little building. BUT i am so so sooooo happy to be moving into my new studio in asheville.
thats all for now
as always, wishing you the best and thanks for reading!