Loosing money at Peter's Valley

You are not supposed to lead a workshop and loose money. I think this is gonna happen to me. There is a great selection of Bruce Dehnert's work in the craft store and I have to git me some. There are some killers here that need to come home to Canada with me. I have said it before but I think Bruce Dehnert is America's best kept secret! I love his work to bits.





Peters' Valley School of Crafts know how to do a workshop right. I arrive to a free t-shirt, flashlight, nice house shared with instructors from other facilities. Already met the fabric instructor from Oz. There is a Keurig coffee maker with a selection of coffees, granola bars, and my clay slaves have the rock and roll cranked up and the studio clean and ready for me to rock and roll.

Comments

Dennis Allen said…
When you go home with no money and a pot in your hand, you better have some magic beans and one heck of a good story.
Anne D said…
love what Dennis said... but I think a pot tells a good story in some cases... And losing money on a pot is not like losing money in Vegas, at least you have something gorgeous to show for it...
Bill Schran said…
Tony,
I can see why you like this fella's work - you both appear to have a similar esthetic.
Anonymous said…
Prob'ally why they invited you, Tony :>)

It ain't easy to balance a non-profit these days! (Just ask my wife)
Anonymous said…
Be good to those clay kids, that team of Patricio and Brentwood is a finely tuned machine.
Lori Buff said…
Think of it as an investment, or at least use that as your excuse.

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