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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

So many beautiful memories




to keep from our trip to France.

I will be absent for a little while.
Need to finish two large commissions by the end of this month.

And teaching an intensive 3-day maiolica workshop.
See you soon, my dear
Blogging Friends.
Gina


10 comments:

  1. Gina, your images are stunning. Good luck with your commissions! :D

    xo,
    RJ

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  2. I am thinking of how much fun your students are going to have, and how beautiful the new commission will be. It's grand that you've also had that time in France to enhance all your visual energies.

    See you back here soon. xo

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  3. I so hope you will be able to share some of your france photos with us, as well as some more of your beautiful work. I enjoy following your blog very much!!

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  4. I hope ochres and umbers will be involved in these processes! Can't wait to hear about both events.

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  5. The very best of luck to you.

    Hope you will be back again soon.


    Fiona

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  6. Thank you Ricky and welcome. I'm working hard on my work that accumulated while I was away. Actually, mailed some of it yesterday.

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  7. So true Frances...I always come back with new ideas and new ways of doing things. I try to learn from Masters of Europe. Every country has its own way of doing things. That is what is so fascinating for me.

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  8. Thank you Meme. I am so pleased that you like my ceramics and my photos. There will be more of both which I will share in my blog. Thank you so much for your visit.

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  9. Dear Theresa, Spoken like a true artist! Ochres and umbers are the colors of the Renaissance, a period in Italian history that still glows for us to admire.

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  10. Hi Fiona, I am back and back to work, as well. I think that is what I like most about travel. It is exciting to plan and then finally go but then getting back to work is also rewarding

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