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Holiday Sale!

Posted by adminyoyo1981 on December 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | No Comments

We’re almost there!  The holidays are always a busy time for potters and artists.  My work is available at the Boyce Market every Saturday and Sunday until Christmas, at the newly opened Buckland-Merrifield Gallery in Saint John, and my woodfired pieces are at Gallery 78 in Fredericton. And…all my work (and Lee’s!) is on sale […]

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Opening: Tea, East & West

Posted by adminyoyo1981 on August 28, 2015 in opening, Uncategorized | No Comments

Our opening at the stunning Sunbury Shores Art & Nature Centre went beautifully, in large part thanks to a wonderful bunch of volunteers.  The gallery itself is gorgeous, and the setting is superb–I adore St. Andrews.  Lee and I are both so happy with our work, and the show.  It really is so gratifying when […]

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Finale!

Posted by adminyoyo1981 on August 11, 2015 in anagama, firing, Uncategorized | No Comments

* Well, we finished with a bang!  And with a sense of togetherness, which is always nice.  Bangs sometimes engender solidarity, and when I instructed Lee to run up and close the chimney damper while I was finished up the kibuta (wood-pig: this is when we stuff the firebox full of wood for a final, […]

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Blue Moon Firing

Posted by adminyoyo1981 on August 6, 2015 in anagama, Uncategorized | No Comments

* We started the fire right after the blue moon, and in keeping with the vow that I continually break, of not saying anything if I don’t have anything nice to say, I won’t go into great detail as to the intense level of disorganization and ridiculousness that once again punctuated and, well, defined, in […]

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Back At the Wheel

Posted by adminyoyo1981 on May 24, 2015 in In the Studio, Uncategorized | No Comments

* * * * * * *   *   * These are the “before” pictures. In my never-ending quest to become an grown-up, responsible, functioning adult, I have acknowledged that (despite all evidence to the contrary), I find it very difficult to work in a filthy disgusting environment.  My husband and I have been sharing […]

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