More of my pottery found new homes this week. This wall tile, Tree With Welcoming Arms, was purchased by a mother for her teenage daughter. The daughter said she had to have this tree for her room.
I didn't think anyone would like the dark color of this bowl, but they did. They loved the texture and the unique foot I put on the bowl. Each week folks say they love seeing my hand built work. Thanks to all of you who have voiced appreciation, it means so much to hear words of support and encouragement. The song, Home on the Range, just popped into my head. Now all day long I'll be humming the chorus 'Never is Heard, A Discouraging Word, and the Skies are not Cloudy all day'. Here's Neil Young singing the chorus.
Lots of other folks have been raving about my pendants saying they can't believe something made of ceramic can be so light. This week smaller pendants were more popular than the leaf pendants. One lady bought three hearts last week and came back this week and had to have one more. You can never have too much heart. Every bit of love helps keep positive energy swirling around us. This is really weird. Is it just me or do you think the tree above looks like it has a heart midway up?
Meanwhile we've been getting ready for the Strawberry Festival this weekend. Gary rigged up another display for my smaller wall tiles. Hope you remembered to say white rabbit this morning. This post is part of the weekly Mud Colony what's happening in the studio. Thanks for reading and for all your positive thoughts and comments.