Tall, Dark, and Mysterious

10/15/2005

Potteryblog

File under: I Made It Out Of Clay, Meta-Meta. Posted by Moebius Stripper at 9:10 pm.

Those of my readers who desperately hang onto my every word, who begin to twitch when the rate of updates wanes, and who, lost when confronted by this utter absence of new and interesting content, cast their eyes rightward in the hopes of finding something, anything of mine that they can read - those strange, strange folks recently had their creepy devotion validated when they found a new link to photos of my pottery in the sidebar. The rest of you had to wait until today.

Everything in that gallery was made in the past three weeks, by the way - I recently renewed my membership in my beloved old studio, and have spent four to five days there each week ever since I signed the club contract and reclaimed my old cubby. I start my new job soon, and am sad that [above] won’t last much longer. There will be pictures of my older stuff up soon - my studio is holding a big show/sale soon, and I’ll want to get shots of the older pots before I part with them.

4 Comments

  1. Hey, I looked at every single image of your lovely ceramics. I just couldn’t think of anything to say.

    - ACW — 10/20/2005 @ 12:44 pm

  2. Thanks…that seems to be the consensus. But when I see an uncommented post, when almost all of my other entries get a dozen or more comments, I don’t know what to think. Could be anything between “I liked your stuff but didn’t know what to say” to “Well, my mother always told me that if I didn’t have anything nice to say, then I shouldn’t say anything.”

    - Moebius Stripper — 10/20/2005 @ 6:46 pm

  3. Saying “Nice dish!” feels awfully lame when your usual style is to attempt some insight, offer experience, or be humorous.

    Then again, you caught this very verbose group at a loss for words.  You should be smug.

    - Engineer-Poet — 10/20/2005 @ 9:33 pm

  4. Smug? More like, “what’d I do? Why isn’t anyone saying anything? Do I have a piece of spinach between my teeth or something?”

    Silence can mean damn near anything.

    However, I sold a fair bit of stuff this week, so silence schmilence.

    - Moebius Stripper — 10/21/2005 @ 7:57 pm

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