From certain angles, it may look as if one has not done much at all
But when considering the time and effort They have put in, it becomes clear that there has been growth because they learned how to
“If you really want to eat, keep climbing. The fruits are on the top of the tree. Stretch your hands and keep stretching them. Success is on the top, keep going.”
― Israelmore Ayivor
Let’s grow for it!
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Oh, that looks scary! Well done you!!
Thank you Tish! It was a learning and growing experience to be sure. Hope you are keeping well!
Love this! 🕊
Glad to hear it resonated with you, and I hope you are keeping well!
Same to you! 🌷
Nice work! I know it takes a lot of skill to throw a tall one!
Thank you for your kindness, Chris! Yes, it definitely can take more practice when pulling for a taller vase. Trial and iteration is definitely required! I hope you are keeping well!
I can see the years of practice in your work. I’m ok, You stay safe!
Thank you, that is very kind! Will do!
Looking at these makes me think what a great skill you have
Thank you for your kind words, Christine!
By definition: soul is subtler than the subtlest. And also: greatest. There is no stretching it. I like your work. Thanks for the like.
A tower of strength!
Thank you! it will definitely get stronger after going through the bisque and glaze firings as well! Hope you are keeping well!
I am always amazed by your creations!
I also wanted to let you know that I nominated you for a Sunshine Blogger Award. I’m not sure if you do award posts, so no pressure. I mainly want to express my appreciation for your blog and the beautiful pottery you share through it!
Thank you! I appreciate it and glad that you enjoy my work! Have a great day!