It's been a crazy month of nonstop MudFire madness with our big neighborhood arts cruise RAD, and exhibit of new work by Luba and myself and Austin pottery Ryan McKerley, another weekend with Ryan doing a workshop, and now setting up for the Kyle Carpenter show this weekend.
The good news is I got a ton of pots done in time for the RAD exhibit, the bad news is it all went so fast I didn't get to post a show video. I've got a ton of pictures though...here's a few...including my first pottery on fire, a bunch of whiskey cups to get us through this cold weather, a monster mosh pit serving bowl, and at the end my favorite of the last kiln load. I love the crazy stuff but I'm also working toward elegance, and this one is the best step in that direction yet.
If you're in Atlanta, stop by this weekend, I've still got a big bunch of pots on display, and you can catch Kyle Carpenter's opening celebration too. We'll be drinking wine and talking pots, see you there.
Thanks for reading and looking!
I attended a great opening Friday night. Frank Vickery (@frankvickerypottery), of Highlands, NC, has a great solo exhibition of crystalline glazed pottery at The Bascom Art Center (@thebascom). If you’re near the area, I’d be sure and stop in. The exhibition runs through October 31, 2018. . . #ncpottery #thebascom #crystallineglaze #highlandsnc #pottery #ceramics
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