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little teapots with "cane" handles

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primalmommy on sun 30 jan 05


Two more baby pots. Look what Sheila Clennell taught me!

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This is fun ;0)

Kelly


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Jocelyn McAuley on mon 31 jan 05


Kelly,
these pots are simply amazing, I hope you get some really good photo
documentation on them before letting others pocket them... I believe
these can go somewhere big! :)

keep us posted on more gems!
Jocelyn in Eugene

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Larry Kruzan on mon 31 jan 05


Cool!!!

Larry Kruzan
Lost Creek Pottery

On Jan 30, 2005, at 9:55 PM, primalmommy wrote:

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wjskw@BELLSOUTH.NET on mon 31 jan 05


Ok, Kelly, time to 'fess up...
You're actually one of three identical triplets, aren't you?
I can't see any other way you find the time!
Best,
Wayne Seidl
who has trouble keeping track of one of me

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Subject: Little teapots with "cane" handles

Two more baby pots. Look what Sheila Clennell taught me!

Click under the hit counter at http://www.primalpotter.com

This is fun ;0)

Kelly

Ivor and Olive Lewis on tue 1 feb 05


Dear Kelly,
The pot with the cap lid, cucumber and raffia handle is a Gem.
If others are making "Racers" yours is first past the winning post and
takes the gold cup.
Olive asks "Did the seeds germinate?'
Best regards,
Ivor

Larry Kruzan on tue 1 feb 05


Can you imagine going to a show with your entire inventory in a cigar =20=

box? Not to mention that these are just way tooo cool.
Larry Kruzan
Lost Creek Pottery
On Jan 30, 2005, at 9:55 PM, primalmommy wrote:

> Two more baby pots. Look what Sheila Clennell taught me!
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Kathy Forer on wed 2 feb 05


On Feb 1, 2005, at 8:42 AM, Larry Kruzan wrote:

> Can you imagine going to a show with your entire inventory in a cigar
> box? Not to mention that these are just way tooo cool.

Perhaps it's your transition from surrealism to existensialism.
Big question: box or wrapped?

"To my terror the sculptures became smaller and
smaller. Only when small were they like, and all
the same these dimensions revolted me, and
tirelessly I began again, only to end up, a few
months later, at the same point."
http://www.artchive.com/artchive/G/giacometti.html

After hardships stalled his career, Giacometti
began creating disturbingly small statues and
reportedly left Geneva in 1940 with his entire
body of work in a matchbox.
http://homepage.mac.com/vanvdo/Giacometti.htm

Favorite all-time matchbox story care of the
sculptor Alberto Giacometti: Invited to provide a
sculpture for the central courtyard of one the
pavilions at the Swiss National Exhibition in
Zurich in 1939, Giacometti showed up at the venue
a few days early. A truck was ordered to collect
the work from the station, but Giacometti -
pulling a large matchbox from his jacket pocket -
said "There's no need, I have it with me".

Inside the box was a two-inch plaster sculpture,
intended for the huge plinth in the central
courtyard.
http://www.metafilter.com/mefi/37738

I hadn't heard this one:
Giacometti went through a 10 year period of
beginning plaster sculptures life size and working
at them obsessively until they were the size of a
matchstick! He would wander the streets of paris
covered in plaster dust, and when someone would
ask him what he was working on he'd pull a
matchbox or two out of his pocket and show them.
People thought he had lost it. Imagine TEN YEARS
of having your work, despite your best intentions
reduced to the size of matchsticks! But the
process eventually ead him to do the work he is
now primarily known for.
http://raimes.com/artlivesarchives.htm

Pics here:
http://www.swissinstitute.net/Exhibitions/2001_Lounge_Specials/
2001_Alberto_Giacometti/shei.htm
MoMA Exhibit
2001http://moma.org/exhibitions/2001/giacometti/start/goflash.html
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Kathy Forer
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