November 2019 Survey

As many of you know, I am working hard to turn my passion of pottery into a career as an artist. In order to do so, I am hoping that I might get your opinions to help inform how I move forward with my website and social media. Please find a survey included below.

Thanks in advance to all those who are kind enough to participate!

If you are addicted to answering questions, and have not yet completed our quiz ‘What raku pottery vase are you?’, you can do so here! Have a wonderful day!

35 Comments

  1. Just following on from one of the questions, I drink tea by the bucketful and would love to see a colourful mug I could drink that from. Big as you like – at least a pint, 20 fl oz. That size would set it apart from my others.

    1. That is one of my favourite vases! It is now travelling to a new owner πŸ˜‰ I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    1. Thank you so much Eugenia! I hope you have a great weekend! You should have some mail soon πŸ˜‰

  2. Write a short primer about pottery and sell it cheap (or free) on Kindle Direct Publishing. You can use your blog posts to jumpstart the primer. Have it link back to your WordPress site to produce a “click funnel” to sell your work.

    1. That is a fantastic idea! Thank you so much for the suggestion. It is very much appreciated. I will certainly figure out when the right time to do that is! I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

      1. I come at it from a different angle. I am primarily a writer and a teacher. But I was an active visual artist decades ago who dabbled in sculpture. Your blog leaves me wondering if I should explore it again. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Your books sounds so intriguing. I will ask my library to get a copy so that more people can become aware of your work. Your stuff is beautiful and the mythology themes are fascinating. I saw a lot of ancient pottery while traveling in Greece. Very inspiring. I have become a follower. Will check back with your site soon. Maria Giannuzzi

    1. Thank you! I an getting it listed for purchase online but it is purchasable directly through me as well

    2. Thank you so much Maria! I am still working on getting it listed on some online book retailers, but for now it is available on my website here, should your library be interested in purchasing it!
      It is funny you should mention ancient Greece. Lately I have been looking at some old forms of Grecian and Roman vases and vessels and may play with some of those shapes. I find their pieces of pottery quite inspiring with an ancient and raw beauty.
      I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  4. Forgot to mention, I have a brand new blog on Wix.com, Chekhov’s Gardens. I’m still trying to figure out the site (it is not as easy to use as WordPress). I’m hoping that I will be able to travel to the Black Sea and Crimea in the next couple years to see Chekhov’s house and garden in Yalta.

    1. Oh how lovely! How do you like wix? I had used it before, and also found it more difficult to use as well. I will be sure to bookmark your site and drop by for a visit.
      I hope your travel plans work out. That would be a very beautiful and inspiring place to see!

  5. I really enjoy your branding. It links a mythic profession to the myths of old. Having started a creative production business as well, I have found that the more I get myself out there, like to trade shows, and then follow up with the contacts/customers, the more our aromatherapy candle business has grown,

    1. Thank you for your kind comment! That is great news that your aromatherapy/candle business is growing! Funnily enough I am currently prototyping some candle holders and oil burners πŸ˜‰ I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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