I recently completed the above vases in a little over a week. One per day!
I needed to turn a vase in one day for a student demo. From green log to sanded, painted and finished vase in one day. It worked! No cracks and the vase dried out nicely.
I love having pieces that I don’t need twice turn, and/or paint and finish latter. I am still playing around and experimenting. So far, so good.
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My Winter 2020 Studio Classes got off to a great start his week. Here are some photos of Tom Gorbutt decorating the top of his cake stand with spin art.
I still have some openings in my Winter 2020 classes. See Winter 2020 Class Openings blog entry.
I have a concrete floor in my studio. I also have flat feet, thus I need really good floor mats in my studio. Over the years I have tried lots of different options for floor mats.
I tried the cheap ones from Home Depot, etc. When they were not soft enough, I tried stacking up the cheap ones, etc. I even let someone at a AAW symposium talk me into a really expensive $200 mat. A sucker is born every minute! I hate that mat with a passion! It will not stay put! It is always sliding out of position! Err!!!
A few years ago I decided to change all of my mats to the expensive kitchen mats with holes from Rubber-Cal. If they are good enough for chiefs who stand on them all day in the kitchen then they are good enough for me.
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