mel jacobson on mon 28 jul 03
there is an old clayart technique that
works quite well.
take all the suggested post from clayart
...make a little book.
and give it to her.
or, just post them on the bully board at
your art center.
one of the neatest things i have ever experienced
was opening a locker at a certain art center/school.
and, there, taped...was one of my posts to clayart.
it was yellow lined with a note.
now, that made my day.
it works the other way too.
Minnetonka, Minnesota, U.S.A.
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Jan Goodland Metz on tue 29 jul 03
Thank you for all the great supportive posts. I will print them out and
give them to my friend and see if this changes the attitude etc. I know
it is a cheap fee and the money is so little, my kiln host is always so
appreciative of the work we do. And we always learn something new.
It is a great learning opportunity for me and I love firing the kiln.
This is my "graduate school." When you do something over and over you
think you know how the kiln is going to fire and then it does something
different maybe the stack is different or we have a different mix of
woods or it is snowing. It is a Phoenix Fast Fire, usually 18-24 hours
to cone 12.
mel jacobson wrote:
> there is an old clayart technique that
> works quite well.
> take all the suggested post from clayart
> ...make a little book.
> and give it to her.
> or, just post them on the bully board at
> your art center.
> one of the neatest things i have ever experienced
> was opening a locker at a certain art center/school.
> and, there, taped...was one of my posts to clayart.
> it was yellow lined with a note.
> `great stuff`.
> now, that made my day.
> it works the other way too.
> Minnetonka, Minnesota, U.S.A.
> web site: my.pclink.com/~melpots
> or try: http://www.pclink.com/melpots
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