Potters & Sculptors - Making Rock from Mud
The Cone6Pots Network Newsletter
~ Ceramic info, tips, and tidbits from our network and beyond ~
OUR UN-CONFERENCE IN ALASKA
We’re pleased to announce the upcoming Alaskan Claycation is nearly booked! Just three spots remain! Last chance registration period ends March 17. For more information, check out Alaska Gallery Lodge or contact George Lewter, leaving a message with your phone number.
A GREAT PLACE TO NETWORK
A network like Cone6Pots is a great place to see and be seen. Many members share their websites, blogs, and other online goodies. This month, E. Preston Rice of Pic Works Pottery invited folks to visit his blog. His latest offering features video of him centering on the wheel with his elbow. Good times.
Did you know all of the letters for the word “pottery” are on the top line of a standard “Qwerty” keyboard. And you thought you knew all there was to know about pottery?
There’s a prayer that goes into digging the clay, there’s a prayer that goes into refining it. There’s a prayer for making the pots, and maybe two prayers for bringing them to the dealer.
Emma Lewis, Pueblo potter
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