I’ve not written a new post in ages. I’ve been kinda busy.
As well as the IFG at Stourbridge, which was most excellent (and cool to see my work exhibited in two locations), I spent most of the six weeks school holidays running Getting Creative Kids workshops – I will post a few images of some of the fun things we did another day.
But I’ve run a lot of fusing classes recently, both in the studio, and ‘out on location’ at various venues. The studio is now having a ‘makeover’ – quite a bit of re-organisation both to make a better teaching space, but also to make way for my new kiln – so I can run even MORE classes!
So, ever wondered what sort of work people during a class? Here’s some examples of recent work made by students, fired by me. If these get your creative juices flowing and wanting to give it a go yourself, keep an eye on the blog, or join my mailing list – as soon as the kiln is installed and the space tidied, it will be all systems go for some more workshops.
Meanwhile, eye candy!