Monthly Archives: June 2009
On the way home we hit a huge thunderstorm and drove straight into it. It got so bad that we had to pull over, couldn’t even see through the windscreen there was so much heavy rain. The thunder and lightening went on for ages and was right above us, but we managed to slowly get out of it.
Hope you all enjoyed your weekend too!
I have two work benches which fit all the way along the windowed wall, so its nice to look out at the garden while I’m working.
This is my shelving area and where I keep some of my moulds.
Theres plenty of storage space under the work benches to keep my glaze materials, oxides, scales, clay, moulds, safety equipment, tools, newspaper, etc. The benches also have shelves on the bottom which is very handy.
I sold my large sculptural vessel with the dried pussy willow sticks in it, and although I was very pleased to make the sale, I was also a little gutted as it was my favourite piece! It used to take pride of place at the top of the stairs at home, but I know its gone to a good home and I’ll have to make some more similar ones.
I’m looking forward to my next event at Peterborough Town & Country Show over the weekend of 4th &5th July… I’ve got sooo much more making to do over the next couple of weeks!
I couldn’t resist making lots of magnets in my usual style… “Organic and Rustic”, as some people refer to it as…