The next two photos show the sets of tiles a little closer. Aren't they fantastic? I am so proud of everyone.
Outside in the garden, the bees and butterflies are collecting pollen like crazy. The sunflowers are mostly gone for 2017 but there is still so much natural activity with all kinds of insects. Soon the seeds will mature and it will be a feast for the birds, squirrels and other rodents.
In my studio, I've been working like the busy bees outside my windows. I will be joining in with clay artists throughout the US and world for National Clay Week. This Saturday and Sunday - October 14/15, my Little Pottery Studio will be open to the public from 11 to 4. I will be demonstrating how I make pottery on my wheel and selling some work.
National Clay Week gave me an opportunity to gear up for lots of making for the upcoming holiday season. The sunflowers have been inspiring me and I've been decorating lots of pots with colorful blooms. Here are some in process shots of work before it has been bisque or glaze fired.
DIrections to our farm here.
Hours 11 to 4 on October 14 + 15
2 hours from Boston
3 1/2 hours from NYC
15 minutes from the I-91 Greenfield Exit #26 Rotary