That is really nice to see your facilities, It looks like a very very pretty environment
Thank you Charlotte, I keep adding and updating all the time. Doing it while I can, I'm not getting any younger!
I have a studio addition planned for the future. I talked my wife into giving up some of her exercise room to me so that I can increase my production now that I'm retired. I have a very efficient studio now, approx. 14" x 16. I will be able to add on approx. 50 sq. ft.
On another note... I posted about the fantastic article that was written about me and my use of Tully clay (a local clay from a disaster many years ago) and today I got an email from Syracuse's Everson Museum docent.
Hello Mr. Perrine,
The Docent Organization of the Everson Museum very much enjoys field trips.
Your article in Sunday's paper piqued our curiosity and I have been looking at
your web site. Your kiln and your clay from the Tully slide are unique. Would
you consider hosting a visit to your studio? There would probably be about
15-20 at most. I understand that you teach during the school year, and we are
unable to come during the summer, due to other commitments. Let me know your
schedule and if this appeals to you at all.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Wow! I was glad to be able to tell her I retired and could have them out during the school year!
I'm firing in 2 days, I'll post the progress,