Hank Murrow on sun 21 mar 10
Dear Tea & Sake Aficionados;
Posted here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/claycraft/ are some of
my recent pieces (which I will be adding to over the next couple of
weeks) from the 25th anniversary firing of the East Creek anagama.
The firing at Nils' kiln was sweet. A great crew led by Don Hoskisson
and 'fire boss' Cindy Hoskisson, aided by Maya Hoskisson and her
sister Brittney, and with many fine folk from around the Willamette
Valley, including Mark Heimann, Mark Terry, Andrew Butterfield, Amy
Burnham, Lee Kitzman, Jason Laney, James Duckworth, Kate Gilmour,
Nils & Diane Lou, Andrea Peyton, Ashley Best, Burkhardt Kleiber, Jim
Laub, and James Busby....... unless I left someone out.
Enjoy, Hank in Eugene
PS: go to earlier pages to see more........
Hank Murrow on wed 24 mar 10
On Mar 24, 2010, at 9:59 AM, marta matray wrote:
> your post reminded me of some nice memories when nceca was in
> portland,or and i did a handbuilding demo for nils' class and few
> days before we did a big firing there at nils' kiln. cindy became a
> good friend of
> mine and i love her being the big fire boss there! you know what
> hank? surprise us in philly's clayart room... would be so nice to
> see you!
Well then, you can imagine how glad I would be to show up in my
blazer and fancy duds. However, I am saving my energy and my $$ for
another anagama firing at jewel creek in June, and a two month trip
to Japan to fire two anagamas there during Oct/Nov. Then the Tom Rohr
Memorial anagama firing at Pleasant Hill Pottery between Christmas
and New Years, for which many will be arriving from all over.
In between I will be getting back to the studio to stock my shelves
again and fire some racers as gifts for the trip, and rest my mind
after a year of too many deaths close to us.
I will miss you, so give each other hugs!
Hank in Eugene
Craig Edwards on fri 26 mar 10
> Well then, you can imagine how glad I would be to show up in my
> blazer and fancy duds. However, I am saving my energy and my $$ for
> another anagama firing at jewel creek in June, and a two month trip
> to Japan to fire two anagamas there during Oct/Nov. Then the Tom Rohr
> Memorial anagama firing at Pleasant Hill Pottery between Christmas
> and New Years, for which many will be arriving from all over.
> In between I will be getting back to the studio to stock my shelves
> again and fire some racers as gifts for the trip, and rest my mind
> after a year of too many deaths close to us.
> I will miss you, so give each other hugs!
> Hank in Eugene
Hank: You are indeed a very busy boy. NCECA's loss will be Japan's gain! I
look forward to stoking with you in Taku. I'll be arriving via ferry from
Pusan, having had my share of Gim-chi and Bebimbap. See you in Taku.
Many kilns, one fire!!
Make Good Pots
New London MN
Kiln building workshop October 15-22
Lee Love on fri 26 mar 10
Here are some practical guidelines for tea bowls used to whisk powdered tea=
Lee, a Mashiko potter in Minneapolis
=3D93Observe the wonders as they occur around you. Don't claim them. Feel
the artistry moving through and be silent.=3D94 --Rumi