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April Fool’s Day Odds ‘N Ends

Halloween is for exhibitionists and St. Patrick’s Day is for drunks, but my favorite second string holiday is April Fool’s Day because it celebrates my profession: humor.  I love the fact that nobody even knows the origin of this holiday … Continue reading

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The Mud-Pie Dilemma Part 2

I’m not very inspired to post this week so I’ll let the pictures do the talking. Noah has been in the studio painting like mad and the show pieces are done. My favorite ones are these plates. I think the … Continue reading

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The Mud-Pie Dilemma Revisited

The Mud-Pie Dilemma is the much-loved book for all of us baby-boomer potters.Written by John Nance, it chronicles pottery legends Tom and Elaine Coleman and their struggle to earn a living selling pots back in the 1970s. After observing the … Continue reading

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Sinful Pottery

There are a lot of sins in my studio right now. The fact is, I’m dealing with all seven of them: wrath, gluttony, lust, greed, envy, sloth and pride. The reason for this is I’m throwing pots for a collaborative … Continue reading

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