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At 11:39pm on March 20, 2012, Renata Fojtikova said…

Hello Hariette! Thank you for offering me your friendship within this interesting network.

Will be adding more images to my page soon. Cheers Renata

At 9:16pm on March 6, 2012, elizabeth j. hadley said…

hi harriete! thanks for the warm welcome. it's wonderful to see you -- and your beautiful work -- on here.

take care!

At 6:23pm on March 2, 2012, SOOHYE PARK said…

Hello Herriet

Thank you for adding me as your friend. Very nice to meet you

At 8:19pm on February 10, 2012, Bifei Cao said…

Hey Harriete,

Thanks for adding me! You had a lot going on!!! It is nice to meet you here.

At 10:20pm on January 9, 2012, Cami Ruh Clemo said…

Hi Harriete,

Thank you for the crafthaus welcome, I was lucky enough to take a workshop from you a few years back at Boise State University.

At 7:56pm on December 7, 2011, Donna Greenberg said…

Hi Harriete. Nice cyber meeting you. i enjoyed looking at your workd and look forward to seeing more.

At 12:26pm on December 7, 2011, Ryder Richards said…

Hey Harriete, thanks for the welcome to crafthaus. Dig you pieces. 

At 7:48am on November 30, 2011, Stephen Yusko said…
Thank you, Harriete.

Well done with your article in American Craft.
At 5:07am on November 30, 2011, Grace Page said…

Thank you Harriete. I need to get working on my page so I'm more than just a face! Very excited to have joined crafthaus. Love your work by the way!

Grace

At 2:12pm on November 18, 2011, Tom McCarthy said…

Harriete,

Congratulations on the American Craft article.  I forwarded the link and a link to your website to Florida Craftsmen.  I'm not sure what their exhibit schedule/needs are but I told them you were looking to travel the show.

Tom

At 1:38am on September 1, 2011, Suzanne Golden said…

Hi Harriete.....I'm so delighted to have joined and to "see" you again.

At 7:58pm on August 1, 2011, Katie Poterala said…

Thanks for the compliment and for sending me a request!  I really enjoy following your blog!  To answer your question, some of the images are mine, but the most recent ones were taken by a friend of mine, Tiffiney Yazzie, a photography student here at ASU. 

At 4:31pm on July 25, 2011, Ross Annels said…
Thanks for the add Harriete - I'm pleased that you see Australia in my work - I try to express place directly or indirectly in most of my work - using the ideas of ecoregionalism and landscape memoir. Thanks again
Ross
At 4:38pm on July 19, 2011, Ellen Laing said…

Hi Harriete! Thanks for your warm welcome!  It's been so great to work with you! Thanks for everything you do for SNAG!

All the best,

Ellen

At 2:46pm on July 15, 2011, Dawn M. Miller said…

Thanks so much for your kind words! They mean a great deal to me.

 

Dawn

At 4:22am on June 11, 2011, Sandra Murray said…

Thank you Harriete!

 

At 2:34pm on May 11, 2011, Larry Berger said…

There is a upcoming show that is looking for crafters at the Olive Hyde Art Gallery in Fremont, I will be part of this show and the curator, Gloria Kim ask me if I knew of any other crafters. She is at kimglo@gmail.com

 

At 2:18pm on April 21, 2011, Margaret R Schindel said…
Thanks, Harriete!
At 2:31pm on March 5, 2011, Alanna DeRocchi said…
Thanks for the friendship!
At 2:58pm on February 17, 2011, alice simpson said…

Hi Harriet,

Your teapots knocked my checkerboard socks off!

 

Every one made me smile and WANT, WANT, WANT- -

in direct contradiction to your artist statement!

 

Great imagination and eye for materials, color and design,

and, I assume, a sense of humor along with it all!

 

 

 

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Diana Greenwood
‘There is always one moment in childhood…’

Mantel Box 230 x 330 x 45 mm

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A piece about childhood, forgotten toys, favorite stories and the loss of innocence as the future beckons, inspired by ‘Garden of Love’ by William Blake.

Image Credit: Diana Greenwood

www.diana-greenwood.com

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Tales from the Tool Box - Chapter 1

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