Thanks to all who came to see my demonstration in the NCECA Process Room in Kansas City. I enjoyed having the opportunity to show an alternative way of making handles and I’m thrilled that the leatherhard mug I brought from Florida survived air travel to receive the handle.
The culmination of almost 3 years of graduate research and experimentation at the University of Florida will be emerging from the kiln early next week. Some trays, stands and display furniture will be finished shortly after. Amazingly all of this will be ready for the opening reception at Charlie Cummings Gallery on April 4th.
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If you’re close enough to make the trip to Gainesville, please stop by.
No, I don’t mean via the Space Shuttle. I have been stocking my etsy page with new work for holiday gifting. Take a look at some recent additions below and surf over to martyfielding.etsy.com for Cyber Monday shopping.
To point out a few new developments in past few months: take note of the blunt nose spout on the Pitcher, the hollow lids on the Oil Bottles, and the return of the Stoveside Coffee Pot – this time they’re square.