I am learning the potter's wheel, but have not graduated beyond mugs.  And even with mugs, I can't make 2 the same size yet. I had only tried the wheel once back in high school, and could not get the hang of it at all. Now, at least I'm making progress.  I am dreaming of tea pots .

We have a donation coming of a spare kiln, a potter's wheel and a slab roller ! I'm so excited , and it's coming just as we move into our new studio space. God is good !


Babs said...

Are you kidding me..those mugs look great. Everything you have ever worked on looked great. Especially to those of us that can't even throw a ball let alone clay.
Your ministry has grown and I'm in awe of what God has done through you and all those ladies.

Carol Soules said...

Thx for visiting my blog awhile back and leaving a comment. It;s great to find your blog. I admire what you are doing and your art is beautiful. You may still be learning the potter's wheel but the mugs are awesome. I'll be back.... and i hope to see you again on my blog :-)

Mallory said...

Wow, I LOVE your elephant mug. Are you interested in selling it?