These are some of the things we made at our clay workshop this past Friday and Saturday... platters, pitchers, and butter dishes.
My own projects turned out OK.
This is my platter, butter dish, and small 'something or other'...
and butter dish
My original plan when starting with clay was to learn throwing on the wheel... which I've done, but I'm finding it takes years to get proficient. Hand-building is probably the same. If I had to say which part of working with clay I enjoy the most, it's probably 'sculpting little clay animals'...
But I will continue to attend the classes, workshops, seminars, and festivals... as the variety of originality and talent fascinates me.
And supposedly *learning new things* is good for our aging minds!
Going to leave today (Monday) with a picture of my pink tulips that we bought at Central Market around Easter time. I love pale pink tulips!
I don't usually give in to the temptation to buy flowers, but this time couldn't resist (such beauty for $6.99). However, they did have to be kept in the bathroom as our cats tend to chew on any available plants.
Have a Happy Monday and a great week!