I’ll be at Ray’s Farmer’s Market this Saturday (Dec 14) morning. Connie will be there too! If have a few new things fresh out of the kiln. Come on by! McClintock & Warner in Tempe, near Harbor Freight.
Category Archives: Uncategorized
In years past, I’ve donated my proceeds from the Pyle Arts & Crafts Boutique to my son’s robotics team. My son has graduated and is no longer on the team, but the team lives on. The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is a great experience for kids in high school, around the country and around the […]
I’ll be showing and selling pottery along with my friend Connie Schultejans at South Tempe Farmer’s Market (Ray’s Market) Warner & McClintock, Tempe Saturday, April 27 in the morning The market is on the NE corner near Harbor Freight. View Larger Map
Come and see me and Daphne at Ray’s Farmer’s Market this Sunday April 7 between 10 am & 2 pm. The market is on McClintock South of Baseline, on the east side of the street.
A new farmers’ market is starting up in the Bobbie’s Flowers parking lot on the first and third Sunday each month. I will be there on the first Sunday, along with one of my potter buddies. This month, I’ll be there with my friend Daphne Azzi and her beautiful work. So come on by to […]
Come see me on Saturday, December 8 at the Farmer’s Market at Bobbie’s Flowers, 5801 S. McClintock Drive in Tempe. I’ll be there from 9 am to 12 pm. I’ll have lots of great things for sale — pottery makes a great holiday gift!
I’m donating proceeds from the Tempe Craft Boutique to FIRST Robotics Team 2449…they are a great local team from 2 high schools: James Madison Prep and Marcos de Niza. They’re working hard to raise enough money to be able to compete this year and I thought I’d help them out. Come on by the Pyle […]
I came across this cool tutorial for creating a shrinkage ruler today. This site has other great tutorials as well.
I ran a glaze kiln yesterday and used the firing schedule from masteringglazes.com to hopefully get a matte finish on the Laguna Redwood glaze. I’ve run this glaze in a straight 6 firing and here’s how it came out: Here’s another mug with the glaze slow cooled: You can see that the glaze is indeed […]