Last night was the night to shoot some slides, label and pack the pots away to be delivered (in about half an hour). I'm happy to get these pots out of here and move on with my life. Sometimes these things can really become all consuming and it's important to not let it take total control of you. When I finally got to lay down last night I was still a little wound up so I had some time to think. There's no way I could have done any of this without a hugely supportive group of people very close to me. If anything from a well needed break in the middle of the day, processing the wood at the kiln, an over-night shift at the kiln, or cooking dinner to truly understanding how much stupid effort this can take. I'm really lucky to have people like my friends and family on my side. Thanks.
Today begins the next thing. After the delivery I'm training my replacement at Free Ceramics and getting my life together for a big change that's happening at the end of this month.. I'm moving to Redlodge, Montana to be an artist in residence at the Red Lodge Clay Center from February through March!