Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
I had a request to make a funky set of jewelry . So I went to the bench and looked at all the stones, including some that were tests for my learning experience. I've been wanting to do something different and out of the ordinary. I think this will turn into a series for 2009. I plan to have my sketch pad out and active over the holidays and have a few other ideas that I want to get on paper.
Now that I have my new work area for clay in the garage and my slab roller I am ready to try some new stuff! What a difference a nice little work space makes. I used to have to keep everything in boxes in the closet (clay, glazes, bisqued stones, etc) then pull them out and work on a folding table in the den. I hope this new found space will improve my creativity!
JLK Jewelry studio will be closing on Friday till after the New Year, but as always I will be checking email, and work is available at Jugtown and many other galleries aroun the state!
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Nancy invited us to stay for kimchi stew with Karen and Dan. It was great and good for the bad cold I have been carrying around with me. Why don't I have my camera when I need it?!
This is the busiest time of the year for many of us. I have several orders for holiday gifts and am grateful for all of them! So thank you my loyal patrons! And I hope to post something fun here soon!!
Friday, December 5, 2008
Tomorrow morning, bright and early! The shop opens at 8:30, but the museum opens around 7-7:30 with hot coffee and snacks. Come early to get your number. There was some great stuff coming out the wood fired kiln this morning!
Red Fox Pin
Lots of other openings this weekend in Seagrove: David Steumpfle, Daniel Johnston, Thomas Pottery, Westmoore Pottery!
Tis the season to get your orders in!