Wednesday, October 8, 2008

New work at studio

Pottery from the weekend. Here is a shot of those bottles I mentioned last post that I am having fun building. And a lovely gift this late into the fall: gardenia, which we enjoyed smelling at the studio. Here they are displayed in one my recent favorite pots from a firing from this summer.


Becky said...

The bottles are wonderful. Can't wait to see what you choose to do with them! As for the gardenias, their scent has danced on the air at the studios these past couple of days. Beautiful aroma....and a most intriguing form.

Big Al said...

I love gardenias! We have some near the front door and the aroma is almost edible! We've long since had our last blooms. I envy you!

Intriguing jars! Can't wait to see what you do to them!

All this pottery I keep reading about has inspired me to take a class. Just need to find one at night, but I'm still looking.

Anonymous said...

so pretty elaine..thos gardenias ae gogeous. it looks like a painting...great job.

jbf said...

The bottles look like some elders in robes crowding into the council chamber for some big meeting. They have personality and movement to them. I will add my voice to the chorus that wants to see how you treat them. (No pressure.)

And the gardenias smelled wonderful.

Elaine Spallone said...

The bottles are talking about the 100 pot experiment, if you were wondering why they are gathered round the council chamber

thanks all for the great comments