Current Video! 2013 - My K-pop Teapot - Making the
Handbuilt Teapot & Meeting 2013 goals
Notes: Making a handbuilt clay teapot
and cup set (cup making not shown), while
meeting my new 2013 goal of dancing everyday
(more on that later).
So thankful to get a new year and set new goals
for myself! As some of you know I HAVE to have a
goal! When I started the "365 Days of Clay Cups"
project it was my main goal of the year and I
hit it hard and diligently. 2012 I didn't set a
real goal and really missed on on quality
workshop time along with other things.
SO, since this is my first video of the year I'm
going to put down my goals for posterity sake
and also a permanent place to remind myself..lol!-
(You may be hearing me chit chat about
throughout the year as they may end up
overlapping each other ;)
Thanks for watching and know that comments and
input are always appreciated!
Help Me With This
Project! "My Chop Mark Collection"
I would love to add your special mark to my
collection! If you could take a quick photo of your
"Chop Mark" in clay (signature or stamp), and send
it to me (see below). I'll be happy to post it to
site and I can even put a link to your website, blog, youtube channel, Etsy store or none at all if you
wish! Whatever would help you best!
WHY A CHOPMARK COLLECTION?
Chop Marks on handmade pieces allow an artist to
claim "parenthood" of each piece while helping those
who are interested in their work know of its
original origin. To me, these markings are works of
art in themselves, just like individual people are
unique...so is an artists' Chop Mark!
Please let me know if you have any questions or
challenges! ~ Thanks in advance!
............................................................ 2 Ways to Send it:
1. Friend me on Facebook:
and post your chop mark photo to my wall.
2. Send a photo of your chop mark and link info to
Things of Interest
Days of Clay Cups"
"365 Days of
Clay Cups" project was on display in a one-time
show from March 1-May 31, 2012 at "The Chartreuse Muse" Art Gallery
in Modesto, CA. Many cups were sold in this
exhibition, but there are still
cups available if
you are interested in having one of your own.
Be sure to check out the "how it was made" video