Anji Henderson on thu 5 apr 01
--- george koller wrote:
<surprised to learn that
items put up for exchange included such things as a
set of tiles, smaller
"fruit glasses", and I think there was a teapot or
Hey!!! There was a piece of slate too.... Who got the
slate??? :) And who ever left it -- I enjoyed the
Good art does not have to match your sofa!!
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george koller on thu 5 apr 01
I thought I'd share this as I have not heard it expressed:
When I visited the ClayArt room I was happily surprised to learn that
items put up for exchange included such things as a set of tiles, smaller
"fruit glasses", and I think there was a teapot or two. Being a tile guy,
and self constrained to 2d (dimensions) I was very glad to see this.
Next year, if I am lucky enough, I'll be able to take part in the exchange
I also read the posting suggesting a glaze exchange. Well, here is a thought on
that: do a mug in your favorite glaze, and include the formula/recipe/receipe
with the mug.... what better way could there be to "show what your favorite
glaze" looks like?
Sturgeon Bay, WI - Door County
Where we saw another "laker" (a great lakes ship) leave its winter berth yesterday
and lumber out the east channel to lake Michigan to begin a new season of work....
yet another sign that spring is coming.
Lisa P Skeen on fri 6 apr 01
It turns out that the piece of slate actually was supposed to be the "saucer" for a black & white mug.
Forgot who made it tho....
> Hey!!! There was a piece of slate too.... Who got the
> slate??? :) And who ever left it -- I enjoyed the