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Happy New Year to all! I am conducting a short survey to help inform my pottery creations and blog posts so that I can make this site more interesting to you!

The survey only takes a few moments to complete and your opinion is valued! I will randomly select one survey participant to win a linocut print.* (email must be included, so I can notify the winner)

Thank you for your participation! We will announce the winner of the free linocut print in early February!

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    1. I am very inspired by your kind words so Thank You! I am looking forward to reading more of your work and experiencing more of the magic that you create! I wish you and amazing 2019!

    1. Thank you for the very kind words and encouragement! I hope 2019 is an amazing year for you!

    1. It might not show up if you are in reader, but it should show up right in the body of the post on the regular site. Thanks so much for your interest!

  1. I’m really interested in what mediums you put your pottery in when firing. Paper? Wood chips? Do certain woods consistently produce certain colors? Maybe I don’t know enough about Raku firings. Do you glaze them?

    1. Hi Erica! Raku pottery is glazed and the reduction material, along with many other variables produce different effects, to the point where sometimes the same glaze can produce significantly different results.

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