“What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us.” -Helen Keller
New work delivered to High Country Art –
High Country Art updated their webpage and now they are working on the ability to sell directly from their website. So if you see a piece you are interested in, you can call to inquire about it, but soon you can actually purchase the piece online.
In other news, I sold all my pottery equipment this weekend – kiln, slab roller, extruder and lots of other studio supplies. I sold my wheel a few years ago. I’m excited that someone else can carry on making things, but I’m a little sad to leave it all behind. The last time I touched clay was 2010 when I discovered paints. We moved to the mountains in 2012 – hauling all that pottery equipment and it has been in the garage for almost 6 years, untouched. It’s past time to recognize I’m not going to work with clay anymore.
Coming up next is Spotlight on Art – January 29-February 3, 2018 at Trinity School in Atlanta. I will post images of the fifteen pieces headed to this show next week.
“we lose ourselves in the things we love. we find ourselves there, too.” -kristin marts