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Going through every day, life happens to everyone but we as individuals/artist here chose to be different. I felt every person/artist here had its own story/ journey with clay, even though accumulated with frustration, limitations,experimentation,we carry on with excitement and let keep this happening every day...
How we choose to respond to circumstances determines our love with clay.
If something gives us great joy, then the craving for that joy does n't allow resting peacefully, we keep going back,expanding our horizons
No matter what circumstances, situations, still we have crossed the bridge to attain HAPPINESS in our journey with clay.
Whether we were able to succeed or not its irrelevant .what moves us ahead is the obsession we have with clay.Even not the bad results pull us down,We pick them as challenges so that we keep giving the best.
And to go little further:
" Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life".
― Pablo Picasso
Thank you to each one of you for sharing your journey .
Clay is such a wonderful medium liked by most of the kids.I,picked this picture from net.I find there is somuch magical about kids when they are absorbed and playing with clay,they express it so differently and so meaningful.
If I could reminiscence ,for me I just learnt to believe in kiln gods.....which turned into practice and faith......
I suppose its personal belief that things will turn fine…HOPE…. you have faith,you start believing…..
My kiln god is “Lord Ganesha”, He is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. In HInduism;he is worshipped, or at least remembered, in the beginning of any auspicious performance for blessings.