Janet Kaiser on thu 6 apr 00
All you NCECA returnees... Did anyone get to talk to Bronwyn? She talked to =
briefly on the phone today and said so many people had heard of The Path she=
most impressed=21 But she is still suffering from jet lag and having talked =
many people in such a short space of time... Well, she could not recall any
Her projected book on tiles and tile makers will concentrate on contemporary
western makers (Europe, US, Australasia etc.) although she wants to include
Asian work as well. She is looking for =22really good work=22 to include. =
I know there are tile makers amongst Clayarters, but wondered if any of you =
to talk to Bron? She is open to suggestions of others you may know too. Any
really famous folk she may overlook?
She has realised she needs to get on-line, but has a personality clash with
anything attached to a mouse... So I will pass on any useful information you=
Thanks for any suggestions.
The Chapel of Art, Criccieth LL52 0EA, GB-Wales
Home of The International Potters Path
TEL: (01766) 523570
Joyce Lee on fri 7 apr 00
Janet Kaiser wrote:
> ----------------------------Original message----------------------------
> All you NCECA returnees... Did anyone get to talk to Bronwyn? She talked to me
> briefly on the phone today and said so many people had heard of The Path she w
> most impressed! But she is still suffering from jet lag and having talked to s
> many people in such a short space of time... Well, she could not recall any
Well, Janet, love, you've come to the right place. It turns out that
Bronwyn is my "lady from Wales" who went to the incredibly
beyond-noisy-and-back Sports Bar Saturday night with me and three
others. We had an extremely hilarious time with enough stories to fill a
book ourselves. Bron and I shouted at one another across the booth
seated directly beneath 3 tvs with a different sports event playing
loudly on each one, and rooting sections for each sport directly behind
us. No words I hadn't heard before, but there certainly were unusual
uses for some....one I'd heard as an adjective, noun and verb, but never
as an adverb....quite clever, really. We were the only patrons over 12
it seemed. Anyway, Bronwyn lives in my memory forever.
In the Mojave where the mentees and Sylvia just left. You know the
mentee who is placing indians strategically around my property? She is
now creating a large pueblo reminiscent of cliff-dweller homes......to
be placed in the grate of her fireplace.......really pretty neat....
which is now occupying a fair section of my shelves.