In hindsight, there is much lost in traveling from symposium to conference. I really wanted to wrap up the Bowling Green gig while all of the juices were flowing and the memory as crisp as the Detroit winds, but I guess I didn't spend enough time in the airport! [hallelujah
!!] But here are a few pictures from the second day of the Ceramic Symposium at BGSU last week.
|"let's stop talking for a moment and try to finish these!"|
|Gerit's girl on a horse finished|
|photo: Gerit Grimm|
There's never enough time to do all the things I want to do in two days, but Gerit and I had some amazing convo and made some cool stuff.
|Bill B prepping for his lecture. Ahh, Heisenberg!|
One of my all time favorite potters, Bill Brouillard, came on Friday top show some of his pots and lectured on his long and diverse career as a potter and teacher.
Here is the gang at the end of the line.
|Zimra Beiner, moi, Gerit, Bill, Clay Leonard|
Thanks to Clay Leonard (@ClayCeramics on Twitter) and Zimra Beiner for organizing the symposium and everyone who came to the event, and especially those that helped wedge the clay and mix the slips!