Thanks to Binkley, I got there with time to spare.
I achieved an item on my bucket list that day thanks to Adrienne. I always wanted to do a raku firing downtown representing Clayworks and she got us approved for one at the festival.
The firing went well and we also had throwing and hand building demonstrations. We were right next to a stage that had various musical groups playing so it was quite festive. We were there from 10 am to 4 pm and we laughed and danced all day.
|We had to fire on plywood so we didn't damage the granite patio.|
|Adrienne, me, Becky, and Rich.|
|Jaime and Becky.|
|Rich gets ready to throw a 25 lb. bag of clay.|
My friend Divakar's daughter Taige was dancing in the atrium, so I took a few minutes to go see her dance. It was amazing.
|Divakar and Sonya.|
I only had time to watch one dance since I had to get back to check the kiln and see what Rich was up to. I dashed back to the booth.
This was on the beginning of my twenty-two hour day. Stay tuned for Part 2.