Platters Parade

I can’t wait to get back to Pottery when the studio reopens in February.  Though my crippled hand and arm do not allow me to do much, it’s occupational therapy that I enjoy.

In the second half of last year I made some pieces to give to friends and to keep.  I don’t always remember to photograph them but here are some photos of clay that has become part of my life:

 

 

 

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About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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12 Responses to Platters Parade

  1. arlingwoman says:

    These are so beautiful and organic. I love that last one. It looks like repurposed wood. It’s really lovely. And the one with your figs in as well….leafy and forest-y.

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  2. fyreglass says:

    Beautiful work, Mary! Am I correct in assuming that the red & white (or brown & white) marbling is in the clay itself? The platters are all so lovely! You’ve inspired me to get back in the studio and do more slab work!

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  3. taphian says:

    I really think that all the pieces you made are very beautiful in color and shape, dear Mary. How lovely do these long bowls look with some fruits inside! I can’t say which one I love best, because they are all very nice. Hope to see some more of your work soon. Have a nice day, kind regards Mitza

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  4. Lovely pieces, Mary. May you continue to manage it

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  5. lifecameos says:

    Wow ! Your platters are amazing !

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