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Monday, March 26, 2018

Mugshot Monday

After all those marches Saturday by the young people taking charge to make changes, I'm glad to have some new mugs out of the kiln.  Here's the one with marchers.

This is a test of how some glazes that have been around for a while can be applied in a new way.

Today's quote:

"Artists are nourished more by each other than by fame or by the public. To give one's work to the world is an experience of peculiar emptiness. The work goes away from the artist into a void, like a message stuck into a bottle and flung into the sea."
Writer Joyce Johnson (books by this author ), born Joyce Glassman.

1 comment:

  1. Interesting quote...which is why clay buddies and linocut friends on fb are good...helping us carry on making


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