I'd like to think that I don't really put too much value in having "things" as I get older. Maybe its age, wisdom, or my brush with cancer; or maybe it's having two cats that run around the house willy-nilly and have broken several of my favorite knickknacks. Over the years I've collected music boxes, rocking chairs, and pieces … Continue reading Pride & Joy, Prized Possessions
Hello readers and fans! I’m sharing this post with you from my brother-in-law’s blog. I’ve written about him before. He’s a talented artist and you might enjoy his work! Check it out!
The more time Paul spends writing blog posts and newsletters, or taking and uploading photos, is time NOT spent doing what is the most important part of Clam Alley Pots – that being making pottery. Besides, making pottery is something Paul is very good at, all that other stuff, well let’s just say it’s not his thing and leave it at that. Instead, it falls to me, his son. I’ll take care of all of that stuff so that he can spend more time wedging clay, throwing pots, glazing pots, and firing the kiln to produce beauties like these.
Now that December is upon us I know what you really want to know is where you can get your hands on some of that pottery to give as gifts to your favorite friend, family member, and bonsai enthusiast. If you’re in Rhode Island or southeast Massachusetts over the next two…
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