Monday, December 7, 2009

Final Workshop For The Year

Saturday and Sunday were spent workshopping with a wonderful group of girls overlooking the marina at Belrieve, on Hobart's Eastern shore. Another little hug of Kiko's were all but completed by the end of Sunday and all went home pleased with their accomplishments.

On Friday I dove down a very damaged midland Highway. The road surface was appalling in places having suffered the ravages of Tasmania's wetter than usual winter. It was good to see the farms through the midlands with a green cover, full dams and well fed sheep grazing on grass rather than rocks!

I headed straight through Hobart on Friday evening and down into the Huon Valley to visit an old friend from my art school days. We spent the evening reminiscing and catching up, and I got to view some of the beautiful work Ian Clare is producing after a break of a couple of years. A wonderfully talented potter, I'm so pleased he is back at work.


  1. Good to see you have been working your little butt off Linda...and having fun in the process.
    Great photos of everyone...happy faces are always good to look at.
    Warmest hugs,
    Sandi @ Bearly Sane
    P.S. Thanks for adding my Giveaway Button!

  2. We could do with some of your rain Linda.Very dry here and the usually green rolling hills are looking brownish.
    You must be due for a rest after all your tripping and teaching around the globe!