Back in the studio

May 18, 2009 at 1:57 pm 2 comments

This weekend was Angela’s Trunk Show here at the gallery. Lots of nice folks stopped by to see Angela’s latest jewelry designs. One of her latest necklaces is pictured below. Now it’s back to work in the studio for me. I’m hoping to get out another kiln firing for the big KNOCK event on June 26th so I better get to work! Not quite sure where this series of pots may go – maybe that’s why it’s hard for me to get in front of the wheel today. Nothing like a blog post to waste a little time.

Lensch Necklace

Lensch Necklace


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  • 1. Stoney  |  May 18, 2009 at 9:55 pm

    Really enjoyed seeing all of Angela’s pieces this weekend. Beautiful work 🙂 Chad – Thanks for throwing that way cool pot while we were there (my friend bought the tea pot w\the hand built spout – we were there Saturday) I hope I get to see it finished. See you in the fall and have some 4 finger coffee mugs please! Plum Bottom is our favorite place to visit! Keep up the great work you guys!

    • 2. plumbottompottery  |  May 19, 2009 at 10:04 am

      I’m happy you had a good visit – I’ll post some pictures of that piece when it is finished. Look forward to seeing you in the fall and I’ll work on those four fingered mugs!


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