Jeannine Broadwell on tue 20 aug 96
I studied ceramics/pottery at the State University of New York at
Plattsburgh. Since then, I've moved to Southern Maryland, and organized
my new home to include a basement studio space. My back yard is full of
indigenous clay, and I've already agreed to take on two students.
However, I feel both isolated and lost, and would love to have an email
penpal/mentor/friend to talk to about the overwhelming practical aspects
of setting up shop alone.
I look forward to hearing from interested parties by any of the following
email (checked monday - friday): firstname.lastname@example.org
email (checked saturday-sunday): email@example.com
telephone (evenings and weekends): (301) 862-0280
u.s. mail: PO Box 62, St. Mary's City, Maryland 20686
thanks in advance
Jeannine A. Broadwell
St. Mary's City, Maryland
Bill Aycock on wed 21 aug 96
At 05:24 PM 8/20/96 EDT, Jeannine Broadwell wrote:
>However, I feel both isolated and lost, and would love to have an email
>penpal/mentor/friend to talk to about the overwhelming practical aspects
>of setting up shop alone.
Jeannine- why settle for one or two, when the best group of compatible
in the world is right here. - Here on the Clayart list.
I have never even imagined such an open, helpful, tolerant, group. When the
'net is here, and
the clayart group is around (really around-- the world) NO one can be lost
Bill- feeling friendly on Persimmon Hill, after one bout with barium
(sulphate), and getting
ready for another (other end) tomorrow.
Bill Aycock --- Persimmon Hill --- Woodville, Alabama, USA --- (in
the N.E. corner of the State)
also-- W4BSG -- Grid EM64