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Sunday Studio Visit: The Calm after the Storm!

The last few Sunday studio visits have been a hype of activity, but this week I am spending a relaxing afternoon not doing much!! I am cleaning up the studio a bit after being in full production mode creating works for an exhibition (the subject of the next blog post) which you can checkout on Facebook. Apart from that I am loading student works into the kiln, which I will bisque fire tomorrow. I’m also mixing up a couple of glazes which are getting low… So, that’s about it for this Sunday – not quite as exciting as past weeks, but much more relaxing!! (yes that is my kiln god sitting on top of the kiln & yes she is prayed to on a regular basis) Dawn Whitehand Kiln

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4 thoughts on “Sunday Studio Visit: The Calm after the Storm!

  1. You sure have had a busy season. I love your ‘kiln god’ – was it something you found in your travels or you made it? It’s fabulous!! Congrats on all the exciting things that have been going on for you, Dawn. 🙂

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    Posted by artdoesmatter | October 12, 2014, 11:29 pm
  2. I was going to ask if you made the delightful gargoyle…and I see you did! It’s always fun to have an inspirational muse along for the ride.

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    Posted by Claudia Anderson | October 13, 2014, 12:27 am

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