Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Throw, Trim, Fire, Glaze, Repeat

Just short of a month before the Bluff Country Studio Art Tour, I'm busy getting inventory ready for the tour which is my first show of the year. I never feel like I have enough inventory for upcoming shows, and this one is no different. So I'll continue my cycle of throwing, trimming, firing and glazing right up until I have to pack things up to go to the show.

On a completely different note, I bought three metal chickens this weekend to have in the garden at the farm. My hubby won't let me get any real chickens so this was the next best thing. (I total get not really having chickens, but I don't want to let him know I'm letting it go that easily)


-Rob, Simple Circle Studios said...

Oh come on, go for the real deal! They're not that hard to keep and the eggs they provide are delicious treats for all! But I suppose in lieu of real chickens, metal roosters aren't too bad.

Sue Pariseau Pottery said...

:-) I started with suggesting goats, which got a firm "no". Then chickens which also received a "no". Maybe if I show I can take care of metal roosters, I'll be able to get real animals one day.