• Pat Fleming

It's October, go figure.

I am firing a cone 5 glaze and a test kiln of cone 8 today. The volcanic ash is really working out well. I am using it in my clay and glaze. I have a bunch of bisqued cone 8 stuff to go in ASAP. I want to deliver some bowls to Dayton and Moses Lake wants some stuff in November. We got some specially nice news today. The Kennewick Keewaydin Community Center will allow me to hang someone else's art. I emailed Greg and asked him if he wants to be first. How cool is this! I hope it doesn't back fire. Maybe I will hang my collection on Monday. I really blew the meeting with the art's council last night. I have too much invested in the Keewaydin center and I got carried away although them letting me hang another's art is a coup. We'll see if this works out. I plan on applying to Pendleton for a feature show and Walla Walla for a demonstration grant. I wish I knew how to apply photographs but fortunately Patricia does I will ask her to show me. . .


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September 10, 2020

WOW! I think we have had a break through at cone 5. I am getting very good results with the dirt glaze. It's not completely the same but still good. I am getting ready to take a load to Moses Lake

August 29, 2020

Did a bisque fire today. Also loading up pots for Wenaha Gallery in Dayton. Some of these are the nicest pots I have ever made. The cone 8 dirt glaze with PVC over it is marvelous and the cone 5 ve


I have started making lidded soup bowls with handles. A friend suggested I do that and I thought it was a good idea. I got a check from one of my galleries up North. The Dayton/Walla Walla clay did

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