December 31, 2007

The Last Day of the Year

Well.. as the year comes to a close... I am slowly moving forward.
I LOVE all of the comments and communication with appreciators as well as fellow potters and artists!
I hope the blog can have more interaction in the new year.
Our work is so solitary... which I do LOVE... but I also love people and community and those I have been in touch with this past year have really lifted me... so...
We will all face issues and accomplishments, sadness and happiness in the new year.
Let's keep a strong inner strength and move forward...together...


Just thought I'd let you see what else is coming out of the mess...

Etsy Mud Team POST HOLIDAY SALE and RAFFLE – December 31 - January 4

Every item in my shop is 10% off regular price!

Purchase any item from my shop or any participating Mud Team member shop and your name will be automatically entered in our raffle for a FREE pottery prize. Participating shops will display a POST HOLIDAY SALE and RAFFLE advertisement. Sale criteria varies from shop to shop – Check the in-shop advertisement for sale details.
Visit our website for a list of Mud Team members and to view the prize photos –

Please wait for a revised invoice via PayPal before making payment. Thank you!
Participating Etsy Mud Team Shops!!!

alina hayes ceramics -
Ant's Pottery -
Blue Sky Pottery -
Ceramica Botanica -
Colorado Art Studio -
c-urchin ceramics -
dgordon -
etcArts -
Frost Indri -
Funky Folk Art Pottery -
GinPin's Shop -
Into The Fire -
Jessica Sharrah -
Judi Tavill Ceramics -
Just Mare Pottery -
Maid Of Clay -
MAKUstudio -
Marymee Studio -
Montezuma Mudd Pottery -
MudStuffing Pottery -
NKP Beads -
NKP Designs -
On The Rise Again -
papapots -
Pat Parker's Stoneware Pottery -
Pu Tok Wagner Ceramics -
RK Pottery -
Sierra Clay Art -
Stark's Pots -
String Bean Ceramics -
Tara Robertson Pottery -


  1. Your new work is GORGEOUS!

    Happy New Year!

  2. Thanks a bunch!!!
    Did I tell you I tried the celedon?

  3. Your work has always been lush, but it is becoming so much more so. It is sensual, even. I had no idea pitchers, vases, and teapots could be so sexy!

  4. Happy New Year's Judi
    Your work has such grace and form. Awesome work!
    Thanks for sharing the info on "ripping and tearing" with me.
    And yes! Let's continue to build our artists community - one post at a time.
    May all good things come your way this coming year.

  5. Judi I love the shape of the piece on the left/middle. So classic, yet so beautifully your style. How will you glaze it?

  6. My first response is: probably very simply, spray glazing with a clolor that will accentate the form...
    Thanks for checking in!


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