Artist

Hey Jim,

            It’s been many years since my last ceramics class with you. I had a lot of fun in your class learning how to throw pots and bowls. I always wanted to become a famous ceramics artist like you. Remember the Sake bottle mold I made from the antique bottle that I brought back from Japan: and that special blue slip my friend Dave helped me make. Those were great times. I really felt like an artist, when I molded the clay, formed pieces out of clay slabs and the fear of my precious pottery exploding in the kiln.  I only wished I took the mold I made when I left PCC, I doubt you still have it somewhere. It would be nice if you did.

JEL

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