My last post was written right before I set out across the sea for an internship in Orkney. While a lot has happened since then, I have not been very disciplined in posting. Honestly, while it has been a great experience a lot of it is the typical day in day out life in the studio; pugging clay, throwing things, sweeping the floors.... you get the idea. Not that exciting to read about. However, work has begun on the Neolithic pottery that Andrew Appleby is well known for. That is more interesting and well worth writing about. Over the next few weeks I will be filling this blog with pictures and information about the process and history of what Andrew (and now myself) do in a typical Neolithic pottery course.
I have posted a few snapshots of some of the items I have been working on since arriving. If you are interested in seeing them, just click on this link to the Jesie s Pottery Facebook page.
If you look to the right where the navigation bar is located, you should find a link to a PDF all about my Neolithic inspired work here at Fursbreck Pottery. Enjoy!