As you peruse the site, you will find that everything is pretty much self-explanatory and - hopefully - really easy to set up. Also good news: You cannot “mess up” :-) You have a lot of control over all your postings, blogs, photos and videos. Anything you do here, you can change and/or delete, and if push comes to shove and you still have a question you cannot figure out then I am here to help you !
Randy, I am happy you are on board and look very forward to you and your students becoming a part of this lively community. It is absolutely wonderful that you plan to get involved in “CoOperation Tableware” - This exhibition is getting a great response, Sarah Abramson and I could not be happier with the feedback we have received so far.
Nice to see you here. Yes, that thorn teapot is mine. I had to use leather gloves and safety glasses to make it without injury. Every night for a month, I would go into the barn with two beers and work on it until the beers were gone.
It was also a pleasure to see your work in The Best of 2010 at Owens College, about 15 minutes from my house. I hope you will post some images on Crafthaus soon.
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"Ok Dauvit, I'll see your "Ghastly Thing" and raise you Forever Marilyn
This pandering piece of public upskirtery is by Seward Johnson who has a pretty impressive record of bad public art. The piece was on display for…"
""She-guardian" is bloody awful but somehow I really like it. (The tree, however... ) It is important to note that The Spectator magazine is notoriously - maybe even proudly - reactionary and right-wing.
My own choice would be this ghastly…"
"Congratulations, Heba. I look forward to hearing more about this when you get a chance. Will you be traveling to Dubai for this? Please post your info into the blogs, that way more people get to see it.