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Western Wisconsin Pottery Tour

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WESTERN WISCONSIN POTTERY TOUR

Time again for the WWPT. The last three years I have been a guest at Randy Johnston and Jan McKeachie-Johnstons. This year there are 4 stops and 14 potters involved. New for 2013 is a stop at my home and studio. My guests, Sunshine Cobb and Tom Jaszczak, are coming from Montana! They are making some of the most exciting pots that I have seen in years.

Oct 12th 10am-5pm and

Oct 13 Noon to 5pm

434 E. Maple St. River Falls, WI 54022

http://www.westernwisconsinpotterytour.com/index.html

Northern Clay Center Artist of the Month

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Northern Clay Center Artist of the Month

I am excited and honored to be a May Artist of the Month at the Northern Clay Center along with, Adam Gruetzmacher, Deborah Schwartzkopf.

A few of the pieces can be viewed and purchased online.

http://www.northernclaycenter.org/shop/index.php

Syrup Fun

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syrupIlla and I are starting the maple sap boil. This Spring is the first time we have attempted to make syrup. Gayle, Illa, and I have been collecting sap over the last two weeks, which has been a fun family activity.

Staint Johns’/Saint Bens’ Anagama

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Helping Sam Johnson and his students fire their new Anagama at Saint Benendic University in St Joseph, Minnesota. This will be the second firing in Sam’s beautiful kiln.

It’s a Good Day

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I was working in the studio the other day trimming yunomis, listening to a new CD, and sipping from a Bell’s Hopslam. What a good day! Family of the Year’s “Loma Vista” is the first CD in years that I am able to play on repeat. The most delicious Hopslam is seasonal and truly a pioneer to the current hop aggressive brew craze.

New Boxes

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A few images of new boxes. I love making boxes. So many variations can be made off of one basic form. Always an evolving form and they are all different

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