I have been busily making little clay replicas of two lovely and rather iconic buildings in my area. One housed the church community I belong to St Michael’s, a beautiful ‘tin tabernacle’ church hidden in the back streets of Kettering, and the other, the ‘big’ parish church with its magnificent and iconic medieval spire, that…
I have new diary dates to my events pages so am well on the way to creating new creatures and putting the spring into the step of some favourites. This is to be the logo on new bags and business cards. Getting excited to see how they turn out.
Peace dove with an olive branch, I also do these little standing birds with holly as we move up to the festive season.
Robins seem to be making more noise in my garden, I heard one warning others away last evening as I went out to check the firing. Here are some lined up waiting for the festive season, more terrific images from Alison Bagley
So thrilled with the fabulous photos taken in the pouring rain outside (you can’t tell at all) by my talented friend Alison Bagley. Here is one of the new Slavic-ally inspired ballerinas, I intend to make angels and have them holding a variety of things, but this seemed right for the first batch. I’m also…
Here is a quick snap of a wonderful day spent with two very enthusiastic students as a special Birthday treat, they did throwing on the potters wheel and hand building a pot with coils of clay. We had a lovely lunch made by my wonderful Mum and a happy day chatting and making in clay….
Here it is, with the roof completed, which has been terrific following all the amazingly wild rain we have had recently
The light in this new space is astonishing, I’m loving the calmness of white and grey, and the ‘new’ Stanton kiln is in.
I have been busily laying vinyl and painting the walls fresh white. The space is now coming together, can’t wait to be working out in it next week
Today was my first tutorial in creating mesmerising videos. Social media, a mystery without the help of my children