That's a very interesting quote. Your bowl looks great.
Hi Gigi, thanks, something to think about, eh.
I suspect he lived that quote too.Looking forward to seeing more of that bowl.
Hi Elephant's Child, thanks, yes not an easy path but one of truth.
It's so hard not to let your curiosity, or impatience, get the best of you! For me it's usually the impatience thing.
Hi Michele, thanks, yes, Gary often tells me I am my own worst enemy.
It is so hard to balance excitement with impatience when the clay isn't firming fast enough :)
Hi Charlene, thanks, yes I keep doing the same thing over and over again, just not in a row. Ha.
As I said in response to your "Let's Dance" post...I'm saddened by Bowie's passing. I think I always will be. He was an intelligent man. A brilliant, creative artist in so many areas.It's good to be different; to try different things, methods...if it doesn't work out...what the hell...at least you tried...and then you push yourself further in another direction...and that just could bring a most positive result.
Hi Lee, thanks, yes so true, try and keep trying, some of my favorite pieces have been a mistake I kept going with. Ha.
Patience is a learned virtue when it comes to clay!
Hi Suzi, thanks, yes clay has taught me a lot in that area of patience.
Very poignant quote, thanks for posting it.
I love suggestions, questions, critiques, thanks for your comment