My Pottery Management Tools:
I spent the afternoon avoiding pottery to create worksheets and journal print-outs that you can clip into a three ring binder that should better help you track your clay journey.
I created PDF of each sheet … Read the rest
For many artists, art isn’t their day job. Something else is their day job, like teaching, fast-food, manufacturing, or even being a homemaker and raising children. That means they make art on the side in their time off. It is … Read the rest
No ship is coming in, so stop waiting to be rescued off the island.
Put in the work to build and dig out your own canoe to paddle.
No one will make the art for you. Things may not work … Read the rest
I had a whole week off from my job at the paper factory, and I should have used that time for making pots. I have a few shows on the way, but for some reason, I did not feel … Read the rest
Eating your own dog food was thought of as positive in the past. It gave owners, creators, and makers of a product a semi customer based view of a product before release. However, many times the testing and feedback was … Read the rest
I always have a real bad time knowing when to do what and many times I feel as if I specialize in procrastination rather than doing what I do best. But what can be seen by others or … Read the rest
Enjoying the Sunshine – 2/27/2021
Trim bowls after waking up from working nights. Start throwing bakers while bisque kiln fires. <–Not completed
Secondary Tasks: Clean Studio <—Not completed
I worked 12 hours at the paper factory … Read the rest
Trimming Bowls Before Work – 2/26/2021
Critical Tasks: Trim bowls before work 12 hour nights at the paper factory. <– Completed
Secondary Tasks: Cover work so pots don’t dry out to fast. <—Completed
If I was living … Read the rest