Dabbling In Pottery: My Glass Style Morphs Into Clay

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5 Responses to “Dabbling In Pottery: My Glass Style Morphs Into Clay”

  1. Linda Says:

    Great minds think alike? I started dabbling in clay recently ( http://bolimasa.blogspot.com/2007/10/do-i-need-more-hobbys.html )…. It became very apparent that I really need a class… it’s not easy… after the holidays I plan to play some more! I can’t wait to see more of your creations!

  2. tracybeads Says:

    Yes they do! 😉 Good luck with the class (live near a college?) If I hadn’t taken that class and just tried it on my own I think I would have become discouraged again. Thank you Linda

  3. Sheila Morley Says:

    Awesome! Clay! Your pieces are great. You have a lot of control with clay too. It is a fantastic idea to take the work you do now, and apply it to another medium. I am fascinated with your work. The perfect lines that make the perfect facial expressions. I am thinking of China, Japan, the Woman and, I think of your Gisha’s as Goddesses. And, sometimes I wonder if you could do a Marilyn Monroe? Gisha style? In glass, or clay? keep it up!

  4. lydiamuell Says:

    Tracy, your clay pieces are absolutely fantastic! I bet it felt great to try something new. . .You did great!

  5. tracybeads Says:

    Thank you Sheila, those are great ideas!
    Lydia- It DID feel great to switch to something new. Thank you!

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