Dupre Mr Marcy M on mon 6 may 02
Is anyone else from the Washington, DC area going to the Finch Pottery near
Bailey, NC this weekend for the workshop? I understand Paul Soldner, Rudy
Autio, and other luminaries will be in attendance.
Hope to see some Mud Buds there. I'll send a post when I get back.
Karen on mon 6 may 02
You'll love Dan's place.....that's the studio where I "take classes".....
seems lately I have been teaching the newbies how-to's of glazing. It's an
awesome place, have fun! I won't be in attendance at this workshop but
hope to be in November.
Dan Finch's is 3 miles north of Bailey, NC, 11 miles west of Wilson, NC &
some odd-miles southwest of Rocky Mount, NC.... It is somewhat rural
eastern North Carolina.... only a few 40 some odd miles east of Raleigh,
NC..... where I'm from.....
You'll also meet some great folks from the Carolina Clay Guild in & around
Greensboro, NC. They sponsored Ian Currie's workshop a few weeks ago. They
too have had some outstanding workshops.....
(near Raleigh, NC.... wishing I could attend as well, but knowing there are
too many other things to do this week/weekend & no $$$ to spare..... :)
L. P. Skeen on mon 27 jan 03
There are still openings in the Mark Peters workshop this weekend at =
Living Tree Pottery in Summerfield, NC. Mark will present =
demonstrations on throwing/altering work and will have a slide show on =
Saturday night. More information can be had at =
http://www.living-tree.net/schedule.html . Cost is $75 plus $7.50 for =
lunch each day.
L. P. Skeen www.living-tree.net
Living Tree Studios, Summerfield, NC
"I have yet to hear a man ask for advice=20
on how to combine a marriage and career."