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Fresh leaves and Open Studios

Fresh maples are finally available!

Fresh maples are finally available!

My first blog post here from Kaleidoscope Pottery land.  We’ve been working with fresh leaves for a few weeks now–finally!  It was a long winter using leaves from the freezer.  Currently getting ready for our annual Cottage Street Studios Spring Open Studios  June 6-7 (see for details).  Still enough time to get some pots through the kilns by then! –Evelyn


My First Blog Entry- Dogs, Pigs, and Pots

Today I unloaded the cutest kiln load yet–containing 3 dogs and a pig.  They are sitting on my wedging table looking like a pet shop quartet.  And they made it through with no broken ears (the most delicate part). That’s an accomplishment. I’ll try to post a picture tomorrow.

I’m firing my last load of work tonight–a batch of majolica glazed terra cotta painted with bright (I hope) colors.  I dragged along some unglazed terra cotta teapots and sugars and creamers, and unused bags of terra cotta clay in my last move. I’m moving my studio (to my new and improved location on Bridge St. in Shelburne Falls) next week, and couldn’t stand to move that unfinished work again.  So I threw some mugs, made some tiles and platters, and will have it done just in time for the pottery trail.  Can’t wait to see how this experimental stuff comes out!  

Posted by Molly Cantor

Blog Beginnings for a Potters Guild

WELCOME to our new blog site, also known as a GLOG, or group blog. 

We are a group of professional pottters from Western Massachusetts.  Some of us have been potters for over forty years, and some of us are just starting our careers…  I fall somewhere in the middle.  I’m Lucy Fagella, you may have read my own blog at lucyfagellapottery.  I enjoy sharing my work through my blog, and thought it would be a good idea to have a group blog with our local potters guild…  our members agreed.  So, I am the creator and administrator of this blog/glog.  The guild members will post updates when they are moved to do so.  Here we will  keep you up to date on our events, and workshops, and have links to our websites.  We are still in process… some of our pages are ready for viewing so take a look… there will be more soon! 

One thing we all want to share with you right now is an invite to our 5th annual Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail