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gail's yearbook

updated mon 18 jul 05

 

JOYCE LEE on sat 9 jul 05


Fantastic, Gail! When you took on such a=20
massive chore I had no idea it would become=20
such a rewarding (to clayarters!) finished
product. Thank you for all your time and
attention; it must have demanded everything
you could offer for quite some time in spite of
the adrenaline boosts you appear to receive on
a regular basis.

A few have suggested that I send in another
picture, as well as sharing some of my pots.....
which is what triggered my clicking in
in the first place. I loathe the idea of creating
more work for you but am considering hauling
out the new 5pixel (which seemed so special
when I bought it) and re-learning... once again......
how to use it to best advantage. That, or do as
several have offered to assist me with, and create
my own website. Groan. =20

You are a treasure, Gail. Thank you.

Joyce
In the Mojave waiting for my ClayBoss wheel for
mornings outside while drinking iced tea from Mel's large
shino teabowl ...... feels right, comfortable and yet
luxurious. The mayor makes it all look so easy!
Mojo really wants to claim it but, charming as she
is, it's not going to happen in this millenium. It's enough
that she has
my own carved celadon serving bowl for water (a
lot of water required here in the Mojave), and a nice
rutile glazed salad bowl for treats! At least, the latter
has a dent in the rim. I do adore rutile glazes but
the running sidelines them most every time. Sad.

Kate Johnson on tue 12 jul 05


Gail, how marvelous!
>
> Compared to another project I have been working on, the yearbook is
> simple!
> I have been working on Alisa Clausen's website - www.alisapots.dk. Phoo,
> that girl has a LOT of glaze tests!

That's very well done, and very useful! The mouseovers are wonderful!

And thank you, Alisa, for making that all available to us...

Best--
Kate Johnson
graphicart@epsi.net
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Gail Phillips on tue 12 jul 05


Joyce -

Compared to another project I have been working on, the yearbook is simple!
I have been working on Alisa Clausen's website - www.alisapots.dk. Phoo,
that girl has a LOT of glaze tests!

I am glad that you like the yearbook. Actually, I juggle it and Alisa's
site, Wayne Seidl's family tree/reunion site, repairing my lawn tractor,
keeping the household humming, working on other people's computers
(repair/upgrade), etc., etc.

Send another picture when you are ready. I am not going anywhere that I am
aware of. If you go and see Phil, see if you can get a better picture of
him, too. It is not a huge deal to add a picture or two to the site - it is
an automated script in PhotoShop, then I tweak the pages in Dreamweaver. It
takes about 20 minutes every time I add a few pictures. Not bad.

If you want a website, too, I'm around. Thanks for your kind words.

- Gail

-----Original Message-----
From: Clayart [mailto:CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG] On Behalf Of JOYCE LEE
Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2005 2:04 PM
To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
Subject: Gail's Yearbook

Fantastic, Gail! When you took on such a
massive chore I had no idea it would become
such a rewarding (to clayarters!) finished
product. Thank you for all your time and
attention; it must have demanded everything
you could offer for quite some time in spite of
the adrenaline boosts you appear to receive on
a regular basis.

A few have suggested that I send in another
picture, as well as sharing some of my pots.....
which is what triggered my clicking in
in the first place. I loathe the idea of creating
more work for you but am considering hauling
out the new 5pixel (which seemed so special
when I bought it) and re-learning... once again......
how to use it to best advantage. That, or do as
several have offered to assist me with, and create
my own website. Groan.

You are a treasure, Gail. Thank you.

Joyce
In the Mojave waiting for my ClayBoss wheel for
mornings outside while drinking iced tea from Mel's large
shino teabowl ...... feels right, comfortable and yet
luxurious. The mayor makes it all look so easy!
Mojo really wants to claim it but, charming as she
is, it's not going to happen in this millenium. It's enough
that she has
my own carved celadon serving bowl for water (a
lot of water required here in the Mojave), and a nice
rutile glazed salad bowl for treats! At least, the latter
has a dent in the rim. I do adore rutile glazes but
the running sidelines them most every time. Sad.

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gjudson on wed 13 jul 05


I am so glad you mad the mistake. I've had a wonderful evening browsing =
the
site, collecting recipes for my next batch of glaze test mixing. What a
labor of love you both have contributed to Clayart! Thanks to Alisa and =
to
Gail for work well done and much appreciated! Gay Judson, San Antonio, =
TX

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Clayart [mailto:CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG] On Behalf Of Gail =
Phillips
> Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2005 8:51 PM
> To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
> Subject: Re: Gail's Yearbook
>=20
> whoops. That was supposed to go to Joyce. Sorry, all.
>=20
> - Gail
>=20
> > Joyce -
> >
> > Compared to another project I have been working on, the yearbook is
> simple!
>=20
> =
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Gail Phillips on wed 13 jul 05


whoops. That was supposed to go to Joyce. Sorry, all.

- Gail

> Joyce -
>
> Compared to another project I have been working on, the yearbook is simple!

Jeff Guin on sat 16 jul 05


Dear Gail,
Can you please give me some information about the ClayArt year book. Outside
of being asked to submit something to it, I don't know anything about it.
Thanks a bunch, Jeff.


mudhead99@hotmail.com




>From: Gail Phillips
>Reply-To: Clayart
>To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
>Subject: Re: Gail's Yearbook
>Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2005 18:33:04 -0500
>
>Joyce -
>
>Compared to another project I have been working on, the yearbook is simple!
>I have been working on Alisa Clausen's website - www.alisapots.dk. Phoo,
>that girl has a LOT of glaze tests!
>
>I am glad that you like the yearbook. Actually, I juggle it and Alisa's
>site, Wayne Seidl's family tree/reunion site, repairing my lawn tractor,
>keeping the household humming, working on other people's computers
>(repair/upgrade), etc., etc.
>
>Send another picture when you are ready. I am not going anywhere that I am
>aware of. If you go and see Phil, see if you can get a better picture of
>him, too. It is not a huge deal to add a picture or two to the site - it is
>an automated script in PhotoShop, then I tweak the pages in Dreamweaver. It
>takes about 20 minutes every time I add a few pictures. Not bad.
>
>If you want a website, too, I'm around. Thanks for your kind words.
>
>- Gail
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Clayart [mailto:CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG] On Behalf Of JOYCE LEE
>Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2005 2:04 PM
>To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
>Subject: Gail's Yearbook
>
>Fantastic, Gail! When you took on such a
>massive chore I had no idea it would become
>such a rewarding (to clayarters!) finished
>product. Thank you for all your time and
>attention; it must have demanded everything
>you could offer for quite some time in spite of
>the adrenaline boosts you appear to receive on
>a regular basis.
>
>A few have suggested that I send in another
>picture, as well as sharing some of my pots.....
> which is what triggered my clicking in
>in the first place. I loathe the idea of creating
>more work for you but am considering hauling
>out the new 5pixel (which seemed so special
>when I bought it) and re-learning... once again......
>how to use it to best advantage. That, or do as
>several have offered to assist me with, and create
>my own website. Groan.
>
>You are a treasure, Gail. Thank you.
>
>Joyce
>In the Mojave waiting for my ClayBoss wheel for
>mornings outside while drinking iced tea from Mel's large
>shino teabowl ...... feels right, comfortable and yet
>luxurious. The mayor makes it all look so easy!
>Mojo really wants to claim it but, charming as she
>is, it's not going to happen in this millenium. It's enough
> that she has
>my own carved celadon serving bowl for water (a
>lot of water required here in the Mojave), and a nice
>rutile glazed salad bowl for treats! At least, the latter
>has a dent in the rim. I do adore rutile glazes but
>the running sidelines them most every time. Sad.
>
>____________________________________________________________________________
>__
>Send postings to clayart@lsv.ceramics.org
>
>You may look at the archives for the list or change your subscription
>settings from http://www.ceramics.org/clayart/
>
>Moderator of the list is Mel Jacobson who may be reached at
>melpots@pclink.com.
>
>______________________________________________________________________________
>Send postings to clayart@lsv.ceramics.org
>
>You may look at the archives for the list or change your subscription
>settings from http://www.ceramics.org/clayart/
>
>Moderator of the list is Mel Jacobson who may be reached at
>melpots@pclink.com.

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Marta Matray Gloviczki on sat 16 jul 05


jeff,
if you go to the clayart yearbook website,

http://home.comcast.net/~figglywig/clayart.htm

you can look and see all,
you dont need any more info.
if you like it, send a picture to gail and she can put
you up too. if you dont like it, well, dont send a
picture and you wont be inclueded.
:)
100 degree farenheit in minnesota!
(around 40 in celsius)
cheers,marta

jeff wrote: >>>Dear Gail,
Can you please give me some information about the
ClayArt year book. Outside
of being asked to submit something to it, I don't know
anything about it.
Thanks a bunch, Jeff.>>>>>>>

marta matray gloviczki
rochester,mn

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Jeff Guin on sun 17 jul 05


Dear Marta,
Thank so much for the info. Hot as a banshee here in La Crosse, Wisonsin as
well. High of 98 today. Uffda!


mudhead99@hotmail.com




>From: Marta Matray Gloviczki
>Reply-To: Clayart
>To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
>Subject: Re: Gail's Yearbook
>Date: Sat, 16 Jul 2005 07:53:04 -0700
>
>jeff,
>if you go to the clayart yearbook website,
>
>http://home.comcast.net/~figglywig/clayart.htm
>
>you can look and see all,
>you dont need any more info.
>if you like it, send a picture to gail and she can put
>you up too. if you dont like it, well, dont send a
>picture and you wont be inclueded.
>:)
>100 degree farenheit in minnesota!
>(around 40 in celsius)
>cheers,marta
>
>jeff wrote: >>>Dear Gail,
>Can you please give me some information about the
>ClayArt year book. Outside
>of being asked to submit something to it, I don't know
>anything about it.
>Thanks a bunch, Jeff.>>>>>>>
>
>marta matray gloviczki
>rochester,mn
>
>http://www.angelfire.com/mn2/marta/
>http://users.skynet.be/russel.fouts/Marta.htm
>http://www.silverhawk.com/crafts/gloviczki/welcome.html
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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