What I’ve Been Doing

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The semi-annual TP&SG sale at the Botanical Gardens was fabulous as usual. I got to meet many of my customers and that is always fun. Since Thanksgiving is over and the company has gone home, I thought I’d share some of the things I’ve been working on. I’ve wanted to slab-build for some time now, […]

Bluebonnet Circle Festival

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The show last Saturday held at Bluebonnet Circle was a lot of fun. I especially enjoyed the musical entertainment where the young man was crooning songs from Frank Sinatra and others from that time period. Lovely! The “Dog Jog” was fun to watch. Unfortunately one of those mutts decided to mark the side of my […]

Tea-Mugs

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The show in Heliotrope’s parking lot October 1st was a lot of fun. I meant to blog about this before now, but that Monday hubby and I were off to NYC and a week later we were finally back in Texas. This week has been spent playing catch up, but I did bisque some tea-mugs. […]

Old Pewter Styles

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Last week I got out some “Old Pewter” glaze that I’ve had stashed in the back of the cabinet for a couple of years. I bought it on a whim and because it is a cone 05 and it requires a “fast fire” in order to become shiny like gun metal, I never used it. […]

New Bead Styles

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I worked hard every day last week glazing and kilning beads for all the upcoming shows. To recap, I’ll be over in the Heliotrope’s parking lot on October 1st, and as of last night, I will be at Lockheed Martin’s Annual Trinity River sale sharing a booth with a fellow potter October 8th and 9th […]

Sept. 3rd Show Canceled

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I apologize profusely for those who showed up at the show expecting to find me. For lack of a more delicate way to state this, I had some unexpected things come up the night before. This means I will have even more product when I show in October. Thank you for your understanding.

No Peeking!

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I went to the Texas Pottery & Sculpture Guild meeting last night. Rachel Bates from Passon Pottery gave an awesome demo on the Majolica technique she has employed in the past and continues to develop currently. One of Rachel’s bowl (Click here to view one of her bowls) was this July’s doorprize for the TP&SG’s […]

Ron Hollister Pottery piece #3474

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Ron Hollister Pottery piece #3474 — $150 Wheel thrown, 14.5″ tall, designs created from carbon left from the burning of rope, horsehair, feathers and other materials. Additions of leather, beads and feathers Available at For Goodness Sake, North Park Mall, Dallashttp://forgoodnesssake.net/ View more of Ron’s work at: http://www.ronhollisterpottery.com/ Do notice the blue nugget beads decorating […]

Kiln Opening

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There is absolutely nothing like the thrill of opening a kiln and looking inside. The trick is not to get anxious and open the kiln too soon otherwise one could lose ones eyebrows. So far I haven’t lost my eyebrows — but I’ve come close. I have 2 kilns. A big kiln and a small […]

Show on September 3rd

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I have an upcoming show on Saturday, September 3rd on Memorial Day weekend. I am showcasing some new bead styles and brand new ideas I’ve had on their designs. Also, I will have some new pottery colors. The show is at Bluebonnet Circle off University Street in Fort Worth, Texas. I hope to see everyone […]