I picked up this rolling drawer unit at a local office supply store when they had it for 50% off. I think I paid about $20. And it's been worth every cent. The drawers contain texture stamps, roller stamps, shape cutters, latex texture designs, etc. I put a cutting board top on it to utilize more space on top for ribs, tools, slip bottles, etc…..things that I use all the time. It rolls right next to my work table if I'm working there and next to my slab roller if I'm working on it. The drawers are about 2 1/2" deep so it keeps me from having to dig through everything to find what I want. I can pretty much see everything in the drawer at a glance. One of the best buys I've found for my studio organization.
MossyrockMember Since 22 Aug 2010
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I have always enjoyed creating art using things I find in nature. Several years ago I attended a festival event where a potter was demonstrating throwing on the wheel ..... I was instantly hooked. I started taking classes at the Sawtooth School for Visual Art in Winston-Salem, NC and now have a studio in my home and occasionally teach at the Sawtooth School. I am primarily a handbuilder, but occasionally work on the wheel. Although I make some functional pieces, I gravitate more toward creating art that can be used in landscaping. In addition to working with clay, I also make concrete sculptures, and sometimes combine the two. If I'm not in my studio, I am probably on the lake bass fishing or working in my flower gardens. I am retired and enjoying doing the things I wasn't able to do while working . In addition to fishing, I enjoy reading and traveling.
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