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Paul Soldner Workshop

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Greetings! I recently stumbled upon a folder of photographs I took some 15 years ago at a wonderful Paul Soldner workshop, held in southern Oregon. I was delighted with this discovery and posted them on my blog for all to enjoy. https://www.mugrevolution.com/blogs/blog

 Best wishes to all and happy holidays!

Cheers, Mosey

 

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I attended a Paul Soldner workshop also may years ago,  I remember him throwing a large platter and then throwing it on the floor.  He took a couple of swipes on it with colored slip and called it finished.   It was very hot and he had very little on leaving little to the imagination,  some people were offended.  I had met him before at a NECCA and knew his reputation so he lived up to my expectations.  Denice

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13 minutes ago, Denice said:

I attended a Paul Soldner workshop also may years ago,  I remember him throwing a large platter and then throwing it on the floor.  He took a couple of swipes on it with colored slip and called it finished.   It was very hot and he had very little on leaving little to the imagination,  some people were offended.  I had met him before at a NECCA and knew his reputation so he lived up to my expectations.  Denice

Sounds like me in the summer, I'll keep in mind not to host any workshops haha.  I love hearing about eccentric artists, thank you.

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thanks,   another of the potters i thought would be around forever so i could someday meet him.    never happened.   that is why i tell everyone to take a workshop when you can.   you may not have another opportunity.

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Love the lava-lava! Were you afraid it might come off? :)

Looking into the soda kiln: now, that's a tumble-stack!

I like the way those shoe prints became leaf-references. I wouldn't have minded more photos of the process, even if less than perfect. 

Thanks!

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