I am delighted to have been able to work with her and I have to say that our collaborative ring (with the skull) was, to me, something of a triumph! Some "moons" she made are in an earring set I posted photos of yesterday on my comment wall.
Well, you're ahead of me there. I intended to teach but got sidetracked. Yes, I lived near Devil's Slide and it seemed huge when I was a kid. I haven't been back in ages, but the last time I went to Devil's Slide, it seemed small, but sliding as a grown-up seemed slightly iffy.
I lived on Cushing Road, which is off of Cliff Road. Must be beautiful there now. I work in stoneware but fire only to 04. Some of the pieces are left as is after firing and some I decorate with gouache and pastel and oil stick. How about you?
I currently do not have gallery representation in the Boston area. I've been in a couple exhibitions there, however. By the way, what type of porcelain do you use? I've been experimenting with different clay bodies and am always on the lookout!
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