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Monday, December 19, 2011

zebras YES, horses, maybe not.....

I was asked to make a horse on a vase, but frankly? My zebras kick azz :) Why settle for a boring plain horse when you can add stripes!
Ever overslept one and a half hours on a Monday? We just did. the wife, bless her, shoveled down the oatmeal and coffee and was out to catch the bus, lickety split. She scores the winning touchdown! Her husband is still yawning, scratching his belly, writing a brilliant blog post and belatedly going down to the studio to glaze a LAST MINUTE order for squirrel cups...I can change outta my jammies later.....

(new pottery by Gary Rith)

5 comments:

gz said...

So there is an advantage to having your studio in your home!!

smartcat said...

Being able to work in jammies is one of the BIG BENEFITS to having an in home studio.

Looks like you had a good firing, and yes, I had items that I did not even try to wholesale. As you say,it's supposed to be fun.

Busy Bee Suz said...

Zebras, giraffes, cows, dogs, etc....it is quite the exotic zoo in your studio!!!!
Have a great day!

Elizabeth Grimes said...

I think your wife kicks azz! As well as all your animal creations. :)

The Hall said...

LOVE the zoo animals. A lot!

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I am a part-time pottery instructor at Cornell University Pot Shop and a full-time studio potter and sculptor, married to superhawt Missus Tastycake.