nancee meeker on fri 10 jan 97
>The only site I'm aware of that might possibly be related is Nancee
Meeker's. I believe her work is pit-fire or saggar-fire. Does anyone on
the list know her address? I had it but I can't find it at the moment.
As to specific info on pit and saggar firing, the best book out is
Sawdust Firing from the Complete Potter series done by the Univ. of PA
Press---Karin Hessenberg, author.
I am still on the list, and my web site will remain up with a "virtual"
gallery and as a source of information about my 25 years with clay, but
this may be the time and place to say good-bye to the clay art group. I
am about to go back to school and start a new career in muscular therapy.
There is no simple explanation as to why someone leaves one career for
another, but I tell family, friends, collectors and customers that I had
just been banging my head against the wall in the same place for way too
long, and the overwhelming sense that I have just made enough pots in
this lifetime, AND the challenge and desire to see what else my hands are
capable of..........all combine to make the decision to jump easy. (and I
will STILL be working with my hands! )
Lisa or Ginny on fri 10 jan 97
nancee meeker wrote:
> As to specific info on pit and saggar firing, the best book out is
> Sawdust Firing from the Complete Potter series done by the Univ. of PA
> Press---Karin Hessenberg, author.
I got this book for Christmas, and it's great. What's even better: The
Potters Shop has it on sale until some time in February!!!! This means
you can get it for 25% off $26.95.
Living Tree Pottery