Sunday, April 14, 2013

Mud Season

It's said that Maine has two season's, winter and mud.  This year that is proving to be true. Personally, I like my mud in the studio, making beautiful pots.  And I prefer outside the ground to be dry under a sunny sky!  One out of two isn't bad.....

This week I spent throwing as much mud as possible.  Here are a few photo's from the week....
White bowls on the drying rack that will eventually be decorated with lobsters and crabs or other Maine creatures.
A lobster buoy sea salt pot!
A seal lounging on the lid for a large pot. 
Stamp decorated butter dish with handle...slab built.

And last, but not least, a large pot to be carved into......???????????????????????????????
You'll have to check back next week to see, maybe I will too, because I have no idea what it is going to be!

I hope wherever you live it is sunny and warm, here in the Northeast we haven't been so fortunate yet.  One day it rains and the yard is a sea of mud, then the next day it is snowing! The horses don't care, they love the snow or the mud, they even fall asleep in the mud.  Nothing stops nap time!

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