Tuesday, March 27, 2007

OBSCURE POTTERY LESSON #56


(pots by Gary Rith)
Sometimes you make a foot on a pot by whacking it (A), or sometimes by adding little feet (B).
I saw Little Feat live in New Orleans once, at the Jazz Festival.

10 comments:

Maggie said...

being the weirdo with lyrical thoughts bouncing around I read your title as 'Obscure Poetry Lesson' and it made total sense to me too. Given the text of the post was really rather poetic in a modernistic way.

gr said...

it especialy matches the new color scheme---greens for spring!

Maggie said...

Uh, what green? I see blue and gray...am I missing something. Are you color blind? Are you referring to something other than your blog in general?

gr said...

THIS is a very dark green. I am NOT color blind, and I should know, I chose this color.

Maggie said...

Ok, the title text and headers are dark green. That must be what I missed. And I see that you made sure to show it here but here against the white it looks practically black - :-) Ok anyways, all of that to say I see that I was wrong. But let it be known that I am rarely, ever, ok who we kidding?

greg said...

Is it a very Zen thing to be able to wack your work and within that have it be the RIGHT thing at that moemnt to do?

gr said...

Grego, there are whacks, and then there are whacks. It takes years of experience.

Gordo The Geek said...

Gary, does that make you an experenced whack-o or whack-er?

Or does it just allow you recognize one? ;-)

greg said...

muist remember G rating... must remember G rating... must...

gr said...

wackos? around here????