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studio swap, thanx chris cox!

updated mon 11 feb 02


Sandy Miller on sun 10 feb 02

I do think you have to go into this with both eyes open. I get very =
comfortable in my studio and when I find myself banging out the same =
pots week after week, it's time for a change. Winters my work schedule =
slows down and I have time to experiment. There might be something in =
my studio you have never used before. Everytime we get a new potter in =
our building they bring along new techniques and tools. They, on the =
other hand, learn from us. I find it very exciting. My studio is in =
the middle of the city, Cleveland Ohio. To go to work in a rural =
environment would change my perspective. Thanx for the insight. =20
Sandy Miller