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My wife, a painter, and I, a potter, have a show together called "Shared Studios" The following link is a short video of opening night.

 

http://vimeo.com/36383367

 

Jim

 

 

 

Hey great vid, would have loved to see it a bit more slowly so I could get a better look at all the wonderful objects and paintings! Well Done Trina

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Thanks for sharing! Really fun video, and I wish I was there. Beautiful art, both ceramics and otherwise, and

I hope you'll had a successful outcome. Its nice to put a video with a face, or a post (member) with a piece of art.

Congrats on the successful show!

Juli

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I really enjoyed you and your wife's work I especially liked you folded over pitcher. I thought your display stand was great but how did you keep the cups balanced on it did you use double sided sticky tape I have had to use it before. Denice

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I really enjoyed you and your wife's work I especially liked you folded over pitcher. I thought your display stand was great but how did you keep the cups balanced on it did you use double sided sticky tape I have had to use it before. Denice

 

 

Thanks, Denice. The porcelain sake cups are cone-shaped and fit into holes in the Lizella Red "tray". The "folded over" pitcher also fits into a hold in the tray. I love working with both of these clays. The porcelain is very translucent and is made from the purest kaolin in the world from New Zealand while the Lizella Red is dug from a swamp a few miles from my house.

 

Jim

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