We had a great time at NCECA in Seattle. I enjoyed the chance to reconnect with Wally and Mad Keeler and had a lot of fun working in the AMACO/Brent booth. My only regret about the conference was having so little time with ClayArt and Potters Council friends.
The reduction kiln is cooling today, full of student work. I’m planning to unload and reload it with the rest of their work soon. We had a productive ten weeks of classes! I will post some photos of their work here next week.
Junko Ono Rothwell and I will show her paintings and my pots together at The Academy of Fine Arts in Lynchburg, Virginia. It’s been a while since our last joint show and I am looking forward to seeing Junko’s newest paintings. Our show will be up throughout June, with the opening reception on Friday, June 1.
Then at the end of June, Nancy Maxson and I will hold a Studio Open House here in my Nelson County, Virginia studio on June 30 & July 1. Nancy will show paintings, and I am hoping the timing will work to include a kiln opening of my newest work.