Kathryn Whipple on fri 14 jun 96
I think my last message got a little incoherent (someone else demanding
their turn on the computer). What i was trying to ask was, How might a
sculpture studio differ from a throwing studio? I have my own ideas of
course, but am interested in eliciting yours.
More good ideas from Jean Lehmann--put in a big garage door, have a floor
drain if possible. Some one else--Jan? sorry, I've lost your name--says she
like having a huge table in the middle of the room.
All this is absolutely fascinating, and is shaping up into a lot of
information. I'll try to come up with a synopsis for anyone else that might
be interested. I also want to belatedly thank everyone who has ever
submitted wedging table plans, kiln repair techniques, and other equipment
advice--since i will soon be able to use some of that advice. Oh and all
those hundreds of glaze recipes i've been hoarding up; thanks for those,
Any last thoughts about that unexpectedly indispensible feature of your
workspace? Something that you wish you'd left room for? or have we covered
.....all this is making it hard to keep my mind on my wage-slave tasks....
ELCAB@delphi.com on sun 16 jun 96
I often wish I had bought , from a beauty salon going out of
business, their hydraulic chair lifts...imagine having a basic
table that you could move up and down at the touch of a foot
I have one table on wheels..I wish I had put wheels on two
And if i can have three wishes, I wish I had put a drain in the
so that i could hose it down...
Elca Branman firstname.lastname@example.org
Don Jones on mon 17 jun 96
>I often wish I had bought , from a beauty salon going out of
>business, their hydraulic chair lifts...imagine having a basic
>table that you could move up and down at the touch of a foot
>I have one table on wheels..I wish I had put wheels on two
>And if i can have three wishes, I wish I had put a drain in the
>so that i could hose it down...
>Elca Branman email@example.com
Actually, I had one on those tables..........an old fashioned drawing table
with an old computer hook up for computer drafting. It had a pedaI and
everything. I gave it away before I got back into pottery. You probably
could find one if you looked.