I've been working out of buckets for over 20 years! My studio is upstairs in our garage with kilns, wheel etc, and after my bisque fire I bring everything downstairs where I glaze everything. (And again all wash/rinse/clean up is out of a bucket). And then all glazed ware is carried to my kiln shed for my gas firing. I look at it as good exercise, from throwing to moving all my wares. The hardest part is that the garage is not heated, and living in MN, that makes me take time off from November to late March. Time to be active at our local art center and teach classes! Hoping to get in my studio within 2 months...and counting. :>) Wouldn't change it a bit!
DizMember Since 26 Aug 2012
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Pottery is my way to relax and it has gone from a hobby to keeping me 'very relaxed' as it is taking up more of my time. I enjoy mid to high fire and raku. Always like to see and try new things and that Is why I value this forum so much. Everyone shares and helps out. Thanks to all!
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