Working in the studio is my bliss. I love studio time. Since my art has a business component to it (teaching, writing, product development and sales), I don’t get into my studio as often as I want to. Not complaining, of course! I get a lot more playing-with-clay time than lots of people do! So when I do get to create, I sometimes put pressure on myself to hurry up and crank out something awesome… I try to stop myself when I get that way. Art takes the time that it takes. Rushing never accomplishes much. This piece is this far, and no farther. When will I finish it? Where will I go from here? Doesn’t matter. It’s the playing that counts.
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