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Qotw: What Are The Top Five Things In Your Studio That You Would Not Part With, If You Had To Downsize?

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#41 ChenowethArts

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Posted 24 December 2016 - 07:03 AM

It has been fun reading these lists. Since I started out on this journey with barely enough 'stuff' to fill a bucket, I could still be happy in a downsized studio with the following:

  1. My large plaster bowl for re-cycling scraps
  2. 24" rolling pin
  3. 2.5 c.f. kiln
  4. Clay storage bin
  5. Collection of bisque stamps

-Paul


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#42 glazenerd

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 04:08 PM

Most are done posting for now: so I will make my observation.

 

Everyone selected their personal choices of "must haves" for clay. But did you notice, no one said: " I would rather quit."  So it is not the space, the abundance of tools and clay toys, nor did it matter the kiln size you are forced to take along. It is YOU, your love for clay endures regardless of circumstances.

 

Tom



#43 ChenowethArts

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Posted 26 December 2016 - 04:54 AM

Most are done posting for now: so I will make my observation.

 

Everyone selected their personal choices of "must haves" for clay. But did you notice, no one said: " I would rather quit."  So it is not the space, the abundance of tools and clay toys, nor did it matter the kiln size you are forced to take along. It is YOU, your love for clay endures regardless of circumstances.

 

Tom

 

I'll borrow a quote from Theresa Sjoquist: "Knowledge is addictive. Keep it up.” 

My translation: "Working in clay is addictive. Keep it up"

 

Peace,

-Paul
 


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