No matter how low the temperature, the studio’s kiln room stays warm. Since mid-January we have been running the kiln almost every day, usually completing one process overnight and another one during the day. I’m making functional bowls and my first two projects sold quickly during opening night at a gallery exhibit in Scranton. Getting
November exhibits will feature “Summer Trees, Days Gone By” (three panels), several “nestaria” (found bird nests encased in glass), and slumped dishes November 21 & 22, 2009 Artisans’ Marketplace Waverly Community Center, 1115 N. Abington Rd., Waverly, PA 18471 (I-81N to exit 194, stay in right lane toward Clarks Summit, turn right on to N
Autumn fruits are bountiful. Green beans are sufficiently plentiful to require frequent picking. Large orange Lakota squash, over two dozen Butternuts, and a few Sugar Dumplings, which pack robust flavor in their small size, await harvesting in our garden. Beets, carrots, kholrabi, and turnips promise variety that will last late into the season. Soon we’ll
Winter shows in northeastern PA: Several inches of snow remain on the ground and temperatures have been frigid for a few days. Our bird feeder is busy with finches (gold-, purple, and house), chickadees, cardinals, titmice, juncos, and bluejays. Lately we’ve seen Carolina wrens for the first time. However we can’t watch birds all day
While spring seemed to be underway in the northeast, we exhibited in Philadelphia and Danbury. (Now it appears to be winter again as we are deep in wet snow that has been falling all day.) My thoughts go back to those two lovely weekends, weather-wise the best we have had since the vernal equinox. The
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