My Pottery Studio In Texas
I love Mary Chapin Carpenters’ song, I FEEL LUCKY. Describes how I feel
But sometimes my heart longs for the easy, the familiar, my past.
In Texas I had a pottery studio at our lake house. This is what it looked like last time I went back. Seems to be frozen in time- a Pompeiian memory.
My pottery wheel – just as I left it!
A great way to store slip! It is a bit dried out though!
But…I was listening to Ride of the Valkyries! Good stuff!
I’m really showing how long it’s been since I was doing pottery in this studio…I was using cassette tapes in a stereo!
lovely blue ceiling fans!
My stained glass, given to me by my lovely daughter, Liz!
A saggar fired pot amongst storage boxes!
Tons of Ceramic Monthly Magazines!
Most of all I miss my pottery buddies!
Once again…Most of all I miss my pottery buddies!
More Wildflowers- these are Indian Blankets.
This is the castle near our place! In the hills of Texas!
A little gecko on my old red rocker.
The view to the lake is stunning, especially at sunset.
Wildflowers in Texas are famous!
Remembered that this is a great hump/slump hold- old lighting fixture!
But I have a pottery studio like no other here in Australia. I feel lucky.