Adrian King’s pots
In addition to making even prettier pots than ever, Adrian provided essential backup this cycle while I was off travelling. His sense of responsibility and all-around competence are evident in all he does. Having been here just over two years, he knows every inch of the workshop and understands the subtleties of material permutation that are the foundation of our aesthetic practice. Combined with a lively imagination, his skill and focus have allowed him to produce some superlative pots. Thanks for all you do here, Adrian!
“Mother nature has sprung into full effect bringing abundant rays of warm sunshine, fragrant flowers, and happy animals. Here at the pottery we too have been working all winter to bring life to a workshop of beautiful pots. With new forms and surfaces in the mix, along with old and familiar shapes and colors, the pots are as radiant as the golden sun, and vivid as the flowers in bloom.
It’s hard to figure out which pots are my favorite once we have unloaded everything, they all look amazing! Whether its a pitcher for iced tea in the coming hot summer months, or a triumphant vase for the beautiful spring flowers. To me, all the pots from the 92nd firing speak of beauty similar to the spring season that is all around us. I hope that you can come out and enjoy the pots as much as we do.”
Jon Pratt’s pots
Jon has decided to return to his home in Tacoma, WA, in order to pursue his ceramic education closer to his family. He made a lasting contribution here, making very accomplished pots for someone so young. He has a good pair of hands and a willing spirit. We wish him well. Thank you Jon!