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spray booth and glaze fountain and more

updated fri 12 jan 01


Cindy Strnad on thu 11 jan 01

Good point, Joyce.

Janet's site is a great gathering spot for all of us, and it's really great
of her to go to all this work just out of the goodness of her heart.

Janet has been kind enough to post some images of my spray booth and glaze
fountain at her site (under "technical"), too. That's , or S.U.C.A.W.S.: the Strictly Unofficial Clay Art
Web Site.

I sent her some text to include with these photos, and I don't know if she's
got that up yet. It's not like she doesn't have plenty of other stuff to
occupy her what with running a gallery and putting in the "Potters' Path"
and all.

In the mean time, I've discovered a free website which, while it doesn't
offer a lot of options, was good (and quick) enough to post these photos to
along with a bit of explanatory text. It's very good to have them at SUCAWS,
because people will be able to find them there, but you can now also view
them at my "Clay Stuff" site.

To get there, go to my business site and
click on the new link at the bottom of the page. (Okay--I can't remember my
new web address, so you've got to go round-a-bout--sorry 'bout that.) Once
you get there, choose "Photo Albums". You can click on the thumbnails for an
up-close look.

I can start a new photo album at my new site, to which Clayart people could
be permitted to upload their own images, whenever they like.

If anyone's interested in doing that with glaze tests, etc., just let me
know. It's a pretty quick and painless process. They do require a 5 minute
download of some kind of photo uploading software (which automatically
installs). It's at the MSN site, and I'm not sure how it will work with
Mac's, or other browsers, but we could find that out if anyone is game.

Cindy Strnad
Earthen Vessels Pottery
RR 1, Box 51
Custer, SD 57730