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Evelyne Schoenmann

Member Since 03 Aug 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 25 2015 11:32 AM
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In Topic: Qotw: Is Your Artistic Practice A Product Of Genetics Or The Environment?

25 August 2015 - 10:37 AM

Well, Tom, thank YOU for being our host last week. You did perfect.

 

If anybody else has a good QOTW idea and want to be co-host for a week: be my guest (pun intended).

 

Evelyne


In Topic: Qotw: Do You Know Movies, Books, Poems Featuring Potters?

24 August 2015 - 03:38 AM

Hello there Clive, I will write a small article in the News of the New Ceramics magazine too. It will be published in the 6/15 issue (November/December). Just in time.

 

If you are a Potters Council member, you can put a free (!) ad for the film into the newsletter Potters Pages! Do that! https://www.pubservi...x?PC=PQ&PK=&FC=Or/and you can write an article about it yourself, also for the Potters Pages newsletter.

 

After seeing the film, I will write a longer article about it for the NC magazine.

 

All the best

 

Evelyne


In Topic: Lichen Glaze "peels" Off When Applied

24 August 2015 - 03:30 AM

Hi SAS Pottery, I hope somebody will answer you soon. I am interested in the-right-way-to-do-it too! Evelyne


In Topic: How Often Do You Gear Up For A New Direction Or Experimentation In Your Work?

23 August 2015 - 11:16 AM

Hi Linda, aka Shivers820, and a warm welcome to this forum. Like Pres said, we hope to hear/read more from you and are looking forward to your posts! Let us see what you are doing in clay and put a few pics in your gallery. See you soon...


In Topic: Qotw: Is Your Artistic Practice A Product Of Genetics Or The Environment?

23 August 2015 - 11:08 AM

You know what, Tom? I have to thank you again for this interesting topic. I must admit that only in reading the posts here did I get to reflect on whether my parents or siblings are/were creative too or not. I "snootily" thought until now that only we artists, ceramists, painters, wood turners, art producers etc. are the real creative people. But no! If you think it over, gardening is a very creative thing to do. And also my brother as a kindergarten teacher is creative when he carves faces or animals out of vegetable so that the kids eat them during break time. And why not my sister: she was a single parent of two girls and I am sure she was creative in organizing their life as well as tinkering with the girls. And that my mother was drawing in her youth, I already told you. So I would say I didn't exactly got the creativity in my blood stream congenitally, but the whole family was creative in one or the other way during life.

 

Btw: One of my sis daughters will get a Baby in January. That makes me a 4th time a great-aunty already :rolleyes: :lol:

 

Evelyne

 

 

PS: I just read Tom's millionair story. Hey, better to have a green thumb! You can loose money, but, if you are careful, not your thumb....