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  1. Dear fellow potters Days and weeks fly so fast.... sigh My today's guest is... tataaaaa.... our one and only and much beloved oldlady! Her question(s) for us is the following: What shape did you like most when you first started out? Have you made it recently and if so, do you still like it? I myself started out with trying different shapes because I was still looking for an own language in clay. Later I discovered the tripods and the bi-discs and that's what I still like doing. What about YOU? Warm wishes for a nice week ahead. Evelyne
  2. Ha! That's a hard nut to crack, isn't it?! The background to this crazy question is: Somebody told me that one of my tripod pairs, the one in the 2013 Potters Council calendar, look like man and wife. I asked what he meant and he said: "well the legs on the left vessel are masculine legs, and the legs on the right vessel look feminine. I never thought in terms of masculine and feminine looking at my tripods, but maybe YOU did? In which category would you put your own pieces: rather a masculine shape? Or a feminine look? Looking forward to your struggles Have a wonderful week everybody! Evelyne
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