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Setting Up A Great Pottery Studio!

Setting Up A Great Pottery Studio!

‘I am really so fortunate to have a massive pottery studio- see previous blog post.  One might think that MORE space is a good thing … and it is to a point.  But in a way it’s like cooking in a massive kitchen – things aren’t as convenient, you don’t know where you put things, and you are running from place to place just to cook a meal.  That’s sort of the way it felt working out in the barn all the time.

As a result, my husband and I “discovered” two old storage rooms that we have recently made into an enclosed, cleaner, quieter, more wind-proof and more efficient work area!

I’m not giving up any of my space in the big part of the barn though!

The new space will lend itself to more private creativity with a great view and a bit more creature comforts – it will he easier to heat, cool and keep clean.

Come see me!

Love to all and Happy Potting!

Marian

 

 

 

Written by Marian Williams

2 Comments

  1. Col Jackson · July 16, 2017

    Hi. I’m out at uki and wondered if you could use a hand a few hours a week. I’m 60 yo and been here at uki 22 years and saw your article on the Griffith tablecraft shed & working there now.
    Would u want to start a pottery group or show Ur work I’d love to come out and see how u do your work. My email is two.dogz2012@gmail.com
    Regards
    Colleen

    • Marian Williams · August 26, 2017

      Hi, thanks for your enquiry. I currently am not doing work that would require an assistant and there are no plans to start a pottery group. But I’ll keep you posted if anything changes.
      All the best,
      Marian

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