Another Clayathon has come and gone. Laura Tabakman shared her techniques and explained her design process and sources of inspiration. I didn’t make many items this year but got to try my hand at making hollow triangle beads and other hollow geometric forms. We made a trip to the Shore Diner and the family-owned Athenian Garden where the service is slow but the food makes it more than worth it. I brought a bottle of Tullamore Dew to share and it went rather quickly because so many people got to enjoy it. My brother and sister-in-law came to hang out on Sunday. I made new friends, saw old friends amd enjoyed a drink before the fire on the Stocktom Seaview lobby.
Here are some pictures.
It was great to see Lisa Clarke who hasn’t been able to make the last few Clayathons. Read her blog post here.
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Wish there were this type of event near Chicago!
We had people from California and Canada. You can get a flight into Atlantic City. Newcomers are always welcome!
Thanks for sharing my link 🙂 It was great to see you, too! I meant to say that I love the pink hair.