It’s a new month, so I looked for a June photography challenge in Pinterest. Continue reading
As you saw in my last few posts, we were away for a few days camping, or RVing, which ever you prefer to call it. One of the things I love to do when I get home is wander around my garden and see what’s been happening while we were away. Continue reading
I have been practicing my close ups again. This time my African Violets are the subject instead of our little dog Annika.
In a previous post I showed you an African Violet pot I was making in my slip casting class. Here is the pot which has now been fired with color on it. The color is more vibrant due to the firing. Today I painted it with a clear glaze and it will go back in the kiln for a final firing. Next time you see it, the pot will be shiny and sporting a beautiful African Violet. No classes next week because of spring break, so I’ll have to wait two weeks to see the finished product. I can hardly wait to show you.