BLISSFUL-BOHEMIAN

Sunday, March 29, 2009

What I've been up to...







This is what I've been up to the last two Sundays. One cup and two good sized bowls. I have been having so much fun with them. Today I am glazing the mugs I made 3 weeks ago. You have to glaze each mug 3 times inside and out, so it gets a bit time consuming, but it is meditative too.
Today, I am also playing with my boys which means mostly watching them sleep and throwing string beans for Max :-), reading books and magazines and staying in a generally relaxed and blissful like state :-). Happy Sunday. XOXO

12 comments:

sukipoet said...

nice work. the tea cup is great and i love bowl. Sounds like a wonderful sunday.

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

Lovely Sunday and lovely bowls..I am trying to imagine what I would put in them...I'll wait to see them finished and then thinks some more...

kj said...

i was going to say 'nice work' too before i saw ms. suki beat me to it. i'll bet your hands appreciated this work. and throwing string beans--right up my alley!

:)

M.Kate said...

Nice...sounds like a good sunday, here's to a great week ahead.

Melanie said...

Sounds like a lovely Sunday. I haven't even finished telling you about Saturday on my blog let alone the adventure I went on yesterday. LOL I think I take too many photographs! :-)

I love the handle on the cup and the ball base detailing on one of the large bowls. I think your set is goign to look great. :-)

Shattered said...

How beautiful! I do not work with clay but as a fellow artisan I can tell you that your work will grow with you over time. One day you will look back at your early creations and smile at how far you have come.

P.S. I love Sundays too!

Erin Davis said...

Beautiful pieces, Annie! I admire your talent--it must be so rewarding to make something beautiful with your hands.

Sizzle said...

Sounds like a lovely Sunday. I've been in a contemplative, crafty mood myself.

Annie Coe said...

Suki-Thanks
Teri-Thank you, I am not sure how I will glaze these yet...
Kj-:-).
M.Kate and Melanie-Thanks XOXO.
Shattered- I know this is true. It certainly was for painting, my first paintings when I was still a child were awful and did not get good until I was in my late twenties :-), hopefully it won't take that long for my ceramics to get better.
Erin-Yes, it is a most wonderful thing.
Sizzle- Have fun and keep your mind off him :-).

Jan said...

Art is the perfect form of meditation. So glad you've noticed that. You are one soulful gal! Lovely pottery--it feels like you are in your element and loving every minute. :-)

Dagny said...

I just love your stuff. But you know that.

Those are very cool. :)

xoxo

Nabeel said...

I really like clay pots, especially due to their historic significance.