• Pat Fleming


Had a talk with Brian's students in Augusta University today. It was a TEAM thing like skype. It went well. There were only 8 learners on board. It felt good to work with learners again. The bisque firing is done and will be opened tomorrow. Also I will go to Walla Walla and retrieve the unsold paintings and maybe my pot. And Brian asked me to send him some Volcanic ash from Mt. St. Helens. What a Fall this has been. I wish I could have gotten a copy of the article on my pots in Dayton from Walla Walla. I am doing some hand built pots. I saw a food program where they served food in triangle bowls so I am making triangular and square bowls and plates for a while. I need to make some arty pots for our show in March. It will be here before I know it.

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