Thank you for your kind words. I think that it’s just taking the time to think the problems through. And the rest is just like playing an instrument..... practice practice practice.I am truly astounded. I am a potter of sorts and I only wish I had a modicum of your talent. Wow!
Patience is nothing more than “time + desire”. Most people are lacking one of those components. I’ll keep the workshop in mind. I do kusamono pot workshops for our club, but I don’t think that’s what you’re looking for.And with practice in presence is a practice in patience. Again, if you ever decide to do a workshop please let me know. I am more of a hands on kind of guy. I was thinking about you yesterday when I was loading my kiln.
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