This Week At The Studio In Photos by thealchemistspottery on Oct 18, 2020Oct 18, 2020 A maple tree burns bright for fall 2020 Ornaments on the tree in the new studio space! 2020 ornaments up close in the Holiday Gift Guide The trees are ablaze with the colours of change! A new shapely addition to the Alchemist’s Studio The night sky reminding us of our size That’s been the week here. How’s your week been? Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInRedditLike this:Like Loading... Post navigation Previous: Announcing . . .Something exciting!Next: Mugshot Monday
As 2020 depressingly strains toward its conclusion, this week brought me two particular highlights.
I bumped into an old friend down town the other day and we spent a lovely afternoon catching up over coffee, then the vase I’d bought from The Alchemist, “Mae West”, arrived.
She is quite stunning, and believe me when I say that no photographs can capture the beauty of the finished, irridescent glaze.
A very good week for me! 😀
I too see some colors!
Just been watching your YouTube video of the raku firing – that looks like an exciting process!
That’s a nice looking tree! 😊🇨🇦
I always love your photos on the blog – and your videos on YouTube – all wonderful.
Thank you for visiting my blog today, too. Nice to know you visited –
Today I am brining in succulent plants to spend their wintry months in the comfort of my bay windows. We are washing windows today and preparing them a lovely spot for the vacation they will enjoy with us in the house.
Colourful content ans diverse as well ! Keep up the good work
Thanx for the autumn pictures particularly. I miss the changes – I grew up in Massachusetts, but I’ve been in Texas all my adult life, and we don’t get a lot of autumn here in Dallas. The color change is even harder to notice in this Covid lockdown world.
I was also reminded of our size…my first visit to Yellowstone.
Lovely pix- I think “peak” is just a week away for us- much earlier than usual- but I’m not complaining. 👌😊
It is always nice to see Autumn colours and beautiful work!