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Ceramic Work

I wanted to share some of my ceramic work. I don't get to play with ceramics very much. When I do, the projects end up taking up at least three weeks. This is because my kiln (I was fortunate enough to find a good used kiln a few years back) is huge and I have to fill it up to make it worth doing.


  1. I'm envious. I want a kiln too. But when would I have time for that? Maybe when I'm retired I'll get to do it all!


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