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Monday, June 27, 2011

I've been teaching, not blogging


A young Lady came from Texas to take one-on-one painting lessons



We worked hard, she was a very good student
 A Friend (?) told her that "she could not paint"
After only a day, she was painting her own designs
and coming up with all kinds of wonderful ideas.





While my student is on her way back home, her newly acquired skills will not shine until they come out of the kiln.
It is in the kiln that the magic happens.
I will show the results as soon as they have cooled






Yes, we worked hard...I wanted her to learn as much as possible in only 2 days
But there was always time to have a glass of wine at the end of the day.


I will still be teaching my regular 15th and 16th day of July workshop

more information here

Gina



10 comments:

  1. Happy painting, dear Gina and I'm so glad you received your dress-apron safely and that you like it ! Thank you for your sweet words ever.
    Enjoy the summer in your lovely paradise! :-)
    Lala

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  2. Hi Gina,
    Will I be sitting on that beautiful veranda as well in a couple of weeks?

    I can't tell you how much I am looking forward to learning from you :)

    Can you believe it? Just 2 more weeks!!!

    Your very anxious student-to-be,
    Barbara

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  3. Thank you for calling me young! What a wonderful experience your class was (and what a wonderful time we had there). I am home, and starting to research things so I can get started! I am so grateful that you have shared your expertise through this class. If I am half as good as you are and half as prolific, I will be a happy camper.

    Jacki

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  4. Dear Lala, Your aprons are gorgeous. I'm so glad that I have mine...before you get an onslaught of orders...because that is what will happen. Happy sewing my dear friend.

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  5. Dear Barbara, Yes, you will be sitting under the pergola, drinking a glass or two...but only after we paint up a storm. Looking forward to your visit. Won't be long.

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  6. Dear Jacki, we also enjoyed your visit. You will do well. You have the right attitude. You were a very good student and I can see that you will produce some very original and wonderful work. Keep in touch and please know that I am here to help you should you need a little extra encouregement.

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  7. Beautiful! What a fun day. Sounds like a perfect afternoon. Thanks for linking up to Transformations and Treasures!

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  8. I would like to have some information on your July 15-July 16 2 day workshop.I live in Montréal, Canada, and have started doing ceramics in November. Love your work. I have dabbled, experimented with commercial underglazes and Mason stains.I am looking forward attending one of your future workshops.
    Best Regards

    Élise Somers
    450-424-5057
    somerselise@hotmail.com

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  9. I would like to have some information on your July 15-July 16 2 day workshop.I live in Montréal, Canada, and have started doing ceramics in November. Love your work. I have dabbled, experimented with commercial underglazes and Mason stains.I am looking forward attending one of your future workshops.
    Best Regards

    Élise Somers
    450-424-5057
    somerselise@hotmail.com

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  10. I would like to have some information on your July 15-July 16 2 day workshop.I live in Montréal, Canada, and have started doing ceramics in November. Love your work. I have dabbled, experimented with commercial underglazes and Mason stains.I am looking forward attending one of your future workshops.
    Best Regards

    Élise Somers
    450-424-5057
    somerselise@hotmail.com

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