This is Little Loafer's clay. Inside is satin white glaze, out is Raspberry, shop glazes at BMCA clay studio.
Quote for today:
Keep inviolate an area of light and peace within you.
|If anyone knows what that machine does, I'll be happy to learn!|
|Horse drawn wagon and carriage...perhaps the same horse?|
|Livestock....plus farmer and wife and a child behind the pigs. The child was to become my sons' grandmother, Mary Heym.|
|Pete the dog and unknown ancestor of my husband (who reminds me of him)|
|A portion of the page layout...fun!|
|Powhatan style homes, Jamestown, VA - my ancestors|
The places the ancestral spirits traveled and where they came to rest was told to the Aborigines through Dreaming. Aborigines know that they do not own the land but are a part of it and that it is their duty to respect and look after the earth. Aboriginal Dreaming acknowledges that the ancestral spirits still reside in the natural world and their imprints resonate everywhere. The past is still alive and breathing today, as it will be in the future.