Blogging it

A bit of a storybook looking at how we do and why we do what we do. The inspiration and motivators that we take the time to look into.

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 I have so gratefully received.

I hope this will give you some perspective on our creativity and how it contributes to our world view.

Kind regards,


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  • I am very pleased to introduce another shape in my porcelain tumblers.
    Posted: 28/1/2019
  • Christmas and gifting
    Posted: 8/12/2018
  • 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 year
    Posted: 18/9/2018
  • I have formed an opinion that it is not the website that you have or don't have that makes the communication, it is how resolved your communication is that makes the website.
    Posted: 28/8/2018
  • 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 pavlovas
    Posted: 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

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