We’ve all been spring cleaning in Parade Mews ready for the Artists Open House coming up the next two weekends. Twitter/instagram @artistsopenhse . Getting ready for shows means looking […]
Proust famously had his bedroom cork-lined to keep out the noise of his neighbours. Eric Packer, in DeLillo’s Cosmopolis, has his limo cork-lined, too. I’ve been musing that focus, […]
Like last week, I’m starting with some overlooked plates I made for my Eisteddfod entry. All these were inspired by leaves, and I must tip my hat to the fantastic […]
Only ten more days of the British Ceramic Biennial. I’ll be there next weekend, making pattern books, so come and say hallo if you are visiting! I visited Stoke last […]
If you normally read posts on email, can I recommend just this once you click on the header and read the post online? WordPress have made it snow on the […]
Just a update on the caa ceramics show I mentioned earlier , the private view was so popular that there were long queues outside. This is the queue as I […]
One of the things I’ve learned from art education is learning through doing – so despite misgivings I’m starting to write here in WordPress without fully understanding what’s required.
In my old life as a management consultant we gathered data – analysed it – synthesised a response. But feeling my way forward without really seeing the path ahead works with making pots, so I hope it will also work with sharing my thinking about making.
And so I’ll walk the talk, and share my thinking about sharing as well. Meta meta level or what.
Thanks already to a-n magazine and Kirsty Hall for getting me started.