Monday, August 26, 2019

Feeling A Little Sheepish


I have to admit that I have been uninspired in the pottery studio these last few months. I have been doing just enough work to get orders completed and when they are done, so am I. Last Friday I decided to switch things up a bit and make some sheep. They are fun to make and are a nice break from the wheel. These little guys are also rattles. I will finish them with a combination of tenmoku and sprayed ash glaze. They aren't fast sellers, but I usually sell a few at the Celebration of Seagrove Potters show in November. November will be here in the blink of an eye.

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  1. They are precious. Hope you feel more inspired as the fall weather comes along...it's already slapped me silly this week!

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  2. Such a wonderful idea for a rattle! Celebration will be here before we know it.

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  3. Love you curly sheep, just researching to make a life size sheep and lamb for my sons garden that backs onto a grazing field (in UK). Curious, you mention they aren’t good sellers- have mused on this sticky topic for a while - what do you find sells well in your neck of the woods?

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    1. Online I sell a lot of piggy banks and salt pigs. In our shop I sell a variety of pots with my carved ginkgo leaf design. At shows it's always a crap shoot!

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