Thursday, April 01, 2010

a tiny slice of life

I'm interrupting my series of articles on running an art-based business for a little shameless self-promotion. Regina Connell writes a blog called "A Handful of Salt" and she came to my studio a couple of weeks ago to write a profile on me. I'm usually a little leery of in-person interviews because I always feel the way I'm portrayed has little to do with who I actually am. But I'm such an attention whore that I never say "no" to interviews, and I thought Regina did a wonderful job in capturing a version of me that I actually identify with. And she took interesting pictures of my dusty, dusty pots. Though I forgot to tell her she should only publish pictures of me that make me look totally hot. Oh, well. I have to admit it looks just like me.

I'm working on my last article right now, so stay tuned, it will be up in the next few days!

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link -great interview and wonderful photographs! YAAAAY -No shame in self-promotion we all need to to MORE of it! Love the naturalness of the images she used in the post.

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  2. That really was a great interview....it sounded like I could hear you talking out loud. It sounded just like you!
    You didn't mention your famous grilled cheese sandwiches :)

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  3. Such a nice interview. The photos are real and wonderful.

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  4. Thanks for letting us peek into your life. I love seeing other potters studios. Your dusty pots made me have a huge sigh of relief that I am not the only one who cannot possibly keep up with all of it! Great interview.

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