In the Studio/at the Farm

What do you do when your studio is dark and dreary?

Whine? No. Pitch a fit? No. Sign a petition? No!
You simply ask the studio’s owner (in my case, David Lee, owner of 323Clay) for better lighting and look what happens:

I’ll post an “after” picture soon.

Making bowls to donate to the Lee’s Summit Rotary Club for their fundraising event in February…

Thinking about glazing pots.

(I signed up for Glaze Class!)

This…

This is Top Secret. You can’t see. Yet.

Basically, I am ready for anything…

…including geriatric hoops.

Slow pace at the farm. I lost a hubcap a few months ago and it took me all summer to find another. It was not painted so of course, I had to paint all of them for a good match.

Painting hubcaps is…DIFFICULT!

Here it is again. Before:

Now…after!…

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