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  • Birthday 08/20/1949

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    http://picworkspottery.blogspot.com/

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    Central, PA
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    Camping, kayaking, family, travel, Art in general. I have a small studio in my garage. Two electric kilns, two wheels, wedging table etc. I am primarily interested in cone 6 Ox. but like to see what is going on at all ranges. Read about ceramics voraciously and love the feel of the clay and throwing. Have to admit that my greatest joy is in the making, not the glazing. That said I do mix my own glazes, some of my own formulas, some borrowed. Retired from teaching art, in 2009 after 36 years, taught ceramics 34 of those years.

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  1. My wife's fracture is a spiral involving the prothesis. Present treatment is continue to wear brace/sling and see if arm will heal on its own. If not, future surgery will require plate and bone graft.

    1. Mark C.

      Mark C.

      Hopoe she heals without plate. I have a friend who is getting her wrist plate removed (broken wrist fixed by local ortho surgeon)The plate was to large and her thumb tendon rubbed on it until failure -she is now going to my hand surgeon 300 miles away for the right fix

      Good luck with the healing and lets all keep our fingers crossed for her

    2. Pres

      Pres

      Thanks a lot Mark. My son shattered his wrist in a bicycle accident where a car pulled out in front of him. Wrist was fused eventually as everything was ruined. He was going to culinary school. He finished, but years later now he works as a prison guard.

       

       

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