Friday, 19 February 2010

Digging clay with my boy Luke

8 comments:

Ron said...

A bit mushy for sure! Luke has made some killer work in the past, looking forward to what he'll do this time.

ang said...

ah excellent and so pure straight from the ground.. you go luke..

Dirt-Kicker Pottery said...

Oh man! I wish I had a cool place like that to go get some clay :)

Michael Kline said...

my dirt's been frozen solid for a couple of months now. I'm envyous!
What a beautiful place. Lovely moment captured!

Congresburypotter said...

Ooo loverly - makes me think of that song 'Mud, mud, glorious mud'!!
While you were out doing the real thing, I was over at Bath Potters collecting the rather more sanitised version, but did have to go through a blizzard to get there, so some suffering for my art!

jim gottuso said...

a place of great inspiration indeed. seems like an endless supply of clay... funny remark about coming back to get luke in the summer

Michael Kline said...

@Jim yes I found that very funny about coming back for Luke. Maybe it reminded me of a scene
from Gilligan's island!

doug Fitch said...

It is amazing that woodland -there are lots of different seams over there - I need to get some tests done for decorating slips. The ground was frozen here too for quite a while, but as you can see, it's really sticky over there now. Luke's going to be making a lovely bit of sculpture using raw mud - I'll keep you posted. Bath Potters are brilliant, they've been really good to me bless 'em
Cheers my lovelies