I hope you are finding enough rest and peace in the Rahui to ease the problems we all share at this unfamiliar time. I am working from home. At present I am engaged in a thorough stock take of the products I was able to bring home.
Untill I finish this work the buy button has been disabled.
I will send a newsletter once I am ready to receive orders again.You are welcome to email me in advance to get in the queue for the stock I do have available.
Please read the Pandemic Plan on the home page.
Keep well & keep creating!
Kindest regards, Carla
Welcome, let's chat!
So often I hear myself telling a story about an idea I had or a skill I learned. The visuals in my mind are rich with detail. This blog will give me a chance to share them with you all. I hope you have time to share the inspiration & challenges I have so gratefully received.
The blog could become a storybook looking at how we, and why we, do what we do. A conversation about inspiration and motivators that we respond to.
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Keep well & keep creating
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Ever wanted to give part of your job away so you could do the other part better? Have a read about my twist herePosted: 1/3/2019
I am very pleased to introduce another shape in my porcelain tumblers.Posted: 28/1/2019
And here we ignite our use of willow!Posted: 31/10/2018
Art Trail Manawatu was in its second year and Suzi and I joined again! Here is a bit of a summary of our experience this yearPosted: 18/9/2018
Ok.... I may have overstated that ..... I actually came home with a kiln, potting wheel, slabbing desk, boxes and boxes of glaze, kiln furniture and collected shape makers. The bandsaw is a totally other story!Posted: 10/5/2017
This business of busy-ness has so much to answer for when it comes to creative realisation. It is never a lack of inspiration - woooah!Posted: 10/2/2017
I have started with Pottery. What I probably mean is I have started with pottery again.Posted: 2/2/2017
When media washes us with image after image of nameless humans affected by cruel and distant problems I am often left grappling with the 'what can I do' question.Posted: 28/5/2015
My love of flamboyant pavlovasPosted: 25/12/2010
I am often asked where did I start? In 2007 when enrolled with The Learning Connexion as a distance learner I was able to attend a week long retreat at Yebo Art Studio! It was wonderful!Posted: 25/4/2007