Pottery as it happens on fundyheather flickr:
I sell at the Market, Fundy Farms Stand, Cape Enrage Gift shop, with a bit at Farmer Browns Greenhouse (&fbook) my special ‘Pink Church‘ girls. Sometimes at Studio On the Marsh… and pop-ups around lower Albert County as the wind takes us. I have just a small production – and like it that way. Host potter converts in the winter throwing season, ages have ranged 7 to 70.
Seedy Saturday will be our next show on March 7 at the Kiwanis.
Looking back at 2019, one of my favourites was a Farmer Brown event where OleStar, held a free kids Clown music class on the Rav Vast. Finished a small house project for my friend, thinking of another log build and need to fix up a road and river erosion at the bridge of death. Lately having a spate of amateur writing published locally, something to do when avoiding winter.
fundyheather flickr Processing Fundy Mud:
Made a big very ugly pot in a test fire of my gas kiln still under construction. My brick electric kiln is dissolving, about 1 year out from rebuild.shopping for a new kiln and slab roller if you see one.
Make signs now and then, hand paint everything. Last did a temporary sign for Curryville Community Center. Next? Resuscitating a Gerber GS-15 sandblast mask cutter that will sign into rock or live edge timber. Still looking for parts.
Come for tea if you can find me. Hint: look for an iron fish on the road barn, and a Thunderbird carving beside the door to my so called studio. I don’t sell from the porch here, just drink King Cole with who ever comes by… while plotting world domination.
Nice portrait on my business card? From a painting by a friend I miss: https://lynneciaccoart.weebly.com/