Tales of the goings on at Hollyford Pottery, near the tiny village of Stockleigh English in Devon, England
marvelous simply marvelous!!! welcome to the land of video mr dooglas....woohoo!
You're the inspiration Ang - I need a Flip!
You and the others of course
Hmmmmm ... lovely plain white rectangles for me, Doug. Wonder where the picture went. I'll try it again later ...
Wow Doug you've actually inspired me to sign up to comment on this 'ere blog. I just love the Elizabethan Lady jug - please have one of these for the WPA demo in October!!
OMIGOSH! You have an English accent, wow! Big surprise :)
Well done! Jug and video blog!! That deco is making me dizzy miss lizzy!
Keep on "waffling" Doug, those were great!Video is a very good way of showing the scale of the work and seeing all around it, something that "still" photos just don't do so well. Fun too to get a further look into your studio. Your Elizabethan Lady companion is stunning! I also like the smaller jug very much, the shape is very similar to one we have here that was made by William Fishley Holland. I might put a photo of the jug on my site sometime as I think you might enjoy seeing it. You will almost certainly know Fishley Holland's work, if I remember correctly it was he who gave a very young Mr Cardew some lessons on the wheel. We found the jug at an antique shop in Dunedin a few years ago when I was starting potting..., and we simply had to have it to help with my education!
hi doug, not sure why it makes you cringe. i found it incredibly entertaining and informative insofar as the workings of you mind while making pot. she a beauty of an elizabethan lady too. looking forward to more video commentary. btw, the video quality is excellent, good camera i guess.
We love the jug dug, didn't realise how big it was 'till you were in the background!Will email tile stuff laterDave & Sue
LOVE IT!!...Loved the video (hehehe) and love the jug. What a clever boy you are Doug. You need to sort the squeaky floorboard out though! x
Great video Doug, nice to see you getting some practice in before March.
Finally had a quiet moment to listen to the videos. That is amazing and tedious work Doug! Cant wait to see the simple slipped jugs next. :)
"You need to sort the squeaky floorboard out though!" Oh, I thought it was your cat purring!
That's not a floorboard that's his wooden Leg!
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