Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Sgraffito & Skynyrd

No throwing last night, just more decorating. Finished trimming my cups, and decorated a slough of pots. That was about it - no throwing, no serious trimming. I suppose I got a couple smaller pieces out of the glaze fire, but nothing too exciting. Rocked some Lynyrd Skynyrd in the studio last night, and that was enjoyable. Once you get passed some of the tired, overplayed southern rock, there's a real serious musicality in their blues, roots music. At least from my perspective. "Mr. Banker" and "Simple Man" are new favorites.

Cups. Clearly could all belong to a set, but one-of-a-kind. Never get your drink mixed up with somebody else's again.

The rest of the cups.

It's a pot.

Vase. Upside-down growing vine?

Glazed pots.

Well, then, of course, you can't ever go wrong with "Free Bird" either. Especially if your collection of Skynyrd contains not one but TWO recordings of it. So there. Until later, I'm out.

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