I was a voracious reader as a child and continue to love reading. It was an escape as well as a true pleasure to learn and have fun on my own terms. Reading was – and still is – a very special activity for me.
Christmas is now over and it is that strange time between it and when the tree comes down where it stands in the corner of the room, and seems to know it’s End is Nigh.
Hooray! What a great start to the year!
Our raku pottery vase today, ‘Hephaestus’ Forge’ tells the tale of a master craftsgod, known for his skill and cunning, a most ‘ungodly’ appearance, a war thwarted by an arranged marriage, an unfaithful wife, and an inspired girdle!
A few people have asked me about the raku process that is used to fire my pottery and vases. I have decided to show you and write about how I create raku pottery.
The firing is complete and the healing vase is here! We have included a video of the entire project. Please join us for the unveiling of ‘The Healing Vase’.
Snickers really satisfies and so does the winner of October’s “Name That Vase!” Find out who won here!