Friday, October 1, 2010

Huh?


It’s been just a bit over a week since I last pushed Publish, there are a whole weeks worth of stories that are getting skipped over…

Nico’s Missing Finger(ish)… Electric Teeth… ground breaking on a new garden meadow…a dead tree… the “Visions in Clay” is packed up…the sale of “Blue Dream”… Art Club… cone 10 revisited… hide and seek internet… yunomi (plural)… oxide infused waxes…flashing washes and slips… really loving the kids new school a whole lot… a new obsessive fix on “Gavotte” by J.B.Lully (this is an magnificent seasonal piece. Lots of fun to play with before bed), manifolds, manifolds, manifolds (it’s a garden feature)… a new “Lover’s Path” (it’s another garden feature)… a few new beds (more garden stuff)… tight, tight times, and Tonight is the big Opening for the “Clay ‘n Blogs” show! 

A Big Happy Dance on the last one!

Cheers to everyone that made it out to the exhibition. I would have loved to stood with my work and danced with a few of you...(I owe Meredith a special dance), but as it stands this blog this is the best I can do, and that’s pretty much why I do it.

Licks, Love, & Luck everyone.
I hate posts without Pictures… so here’s something without blood... (see top of post...)

8 comments:

TropiClay Studio said...

Nice to see your post! Been missing your adventures in clay!
That cup is niiice!

julietteisdead said...

Yesss! More skulls! :) :) Keep posting, at least 6 of those things we missed merit a lengthier story.

Tracey Broome said...

I at least picked up all of your cups and held them, so you were there in spirit! Your surfaces are just amazing!! Loved them, wish you could have been there too!

ang said...

ewwww what happened with the finger?? icky photos...hope it all heals up nicely...and dance away man lots of good stuff happening too...

Connie said...

That's why I blog too. I would love to see your pots in person. Someday..............

cookingwithgas said...

Keep me om your dance card someday...we had a great time but missed all of you that were there in pots but not in body...
Best,
M

Anonymous said...

Just want you to know your blog is one I check daily, along with "A Plate a Day" and 'Musing About Mud"; then, of course, I am forced to check on the blogs you follow. Always good, and I am in process of checking a couple of your glazes on my c.6 Laguna porcelain. Thanks for constant information, written well.
naomi

jim said...

hey joel, didn't make it to the show either but i did manage to see a shot of the opening with one of your mugs in it. would've been nice to pick it up and hobnob with the potter folk