|Monday, October 20, 2003|
An Old Friend....
As I've mentioned before a certain Korean incense burner changed my approach to clay. I was lucky enough to visit Korea and upon seeing National Treasure No. 95 experienced a paradigm shift.
I could see a civilization that used the plasticity of clay not to make the vessels I usually thought of, mugs and bowls, but as a medium to construct more advance technology.
So I got quite a laugh when John Neely sent me some shots from the World Ceramic Biennale in Korea.
My special National Treasure no. 95 is being cranked out like so many Martha Stewart Salt and Pepper Shakers.
Doing some blog upkeep today-
I updated My Resume and How I Might Make Money on the Internet