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An Afternoon in the Studio: Photo Essay

I’ve been needing for some time now to get out to the studio and do some ‘housekeeping’ – you know, the stuff that continually suffers from procrastination: cleaning, mixing glazes, organising, recycling – the sort of chores you even find yourself scrubbing the shower before doing!

So yesterday I took a deep breath and faced the inevitable – an afternoon of studio maintenance.

I decided to record the experience through a photo essay to prove to you that I did it and to show what a wonderful productive job I completed… yes?


5 thoughts on “An Afternoon in the Studio: Photo Essay

  1. Hmm. Thanks for reminding me.

    Posted by Pete's Pots | June 14, 2013, 2:49 pm
  2. My gosh Dawn – you’ve got such a clean-looking studio! Honestly…most ceramicists work in dusty conditions I just couldn’t handle. Your setup looks fabulous and well-organized! I knew after only one course when I was at the University, as dirty as metals are, clay is its own animal! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Posted by artdoesmatter | June 15, 2013, 3:59 am


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