While my hands haven’t been covered in mud this week – I have been accepted into Uni to learn some more about clay, ceramics and art.
Had a beautiful lunch with fellow Revolutionary Ceramicos members Cass and Clare and was very lucky to receive one of Cass’s puppies as a Christmas gift. Woot woot
My Christmas tree is up and with carols resounding in the background, lights tinkling and a tipple of the cheery stuff I had the pleasure of remembering past trips, friends and family as I put the Christmas ornaments around the tree.
This years additions were six beautiful crosses from Hillgrove House in Ireland http://homepage.eircom.net/~hillgroveporcelain/index.html – beautiful porcelain trinkets and a wonderful big red heart from Lyn Gold Coast Potters www.goldcoastpotters.com and a lovely white heart rememberance of the people of Japan that went through the earthquake earlier this year. I was in Japan when my father died and we had to return to Australia – a day later the earthquake hit Japan and my heart goes out to the poeple who are still coping with the after effects.
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And dont forget to check out – ‘Mud Colony’ – a weekly blog for Clayworkers to show us what their up to in the studio
Happy Clay days everyone