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Friday, October 2, 2009

Studio Tour - Part One


I responded to a post at Quilting Arts earlier this week about open studios. I love to tour others' studios so I thought I would open my studio to the tour. Two rooms in our house are officially known as studios; one is the clay studio and the other is my fiber studio.

The clay studio is just inside from the garage making it easy to transport pugged clay in from my half of the garage and to move pots in and out to the kiln. Glazing is also done in the garage but I store and mix the chemicals for my glazes in the studio.

Wheel, slab roller, extruder, work table and shelves fill the space!
Many pots leave this studio and head over to the sewing room for their fiber additions ......

5 comments:

  1. Nice space, and beautiful work! I was a potter for 11 years before taking up jewelry, and I'm amazed that a clay space can be so clean. :-) (And I had that same Ceramics Monthly poster.) Thanks for sharing your space.

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  2. I'm so glad you shared your studios with us. I discoved your etsy shop while on the tour. Your work is impressive.

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  3. Great space and so well organized. I have a kiln in the garage, but haven't yet worked with it...my husband bought it thinking we could do pottery together... :-)

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  4. Nice space, Gina! Both are impressive and along the lines of how I like my studio to be.

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  5. This is a fantastic clay studio. My friend works in clay and would love to have a space as clean and well organized as yours.

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