One reason I love my kiln is that is has a tall vertical dimension, so I can make some pretty tall pieces and they will still fit in the kiln. The other reason I love it, is that the door opens on the front, like a regular door, instead of me having to bend over and load heavy pieces into a top-loading kiln. That was a real problem three years ago when I was pregnant with my first daughter and I couldn't reach the bottom of the kiln! I had to step on concrete blocks to get a bit higher to even load the kiln!
Here are my central work tables. I have three stations set up, and
their purposes vary, depending on what cycle my work is in. The purpose
of the stations changes from building wet clay sculptures to glazing to
assembling to mixed media painting and journaling. But I wanted you to
see the madness of the work table just before a big show! It's not
always this crazy, but I usually have some manner of supplies, pictures,
and sketches lying around.
So my studio is in total chaos this week, but I'm almost done with the prep work for the show. Next up is the assembling and packing and then loading the car! I'm sure I'll be posting from the show, so stay tuned!
Oh - and today is the last day of my giveaway on Facebook. I can't wait to see who the winners are!!