Nose to the Grindstone
September 26, 2009 at 2:54 pm
New work is in the gallery. 110 new porcelain pieces found their way into the gallery here at Plum Bottom. After getting back from Penland School of Craft it was a bit of a challenge to get back to work in the studio. I just put my head down and started working. A month later some nice pieces came out of the kiln. I really believe sometimes the most important thing in your work evolving is to do just that, work. It was a valuable lesson to not judge the work too harshly while in process and be thankful for an opportunity to express myself creatively – even if at times there is more struggle than inspiration.
Entry filed under: Kiln Firing, Porcelain Pottery. Tags: Chad Luberger, door county pottery, Kiln Firing, Plum Bottom Pottery, Porcelain Pottery.