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This is one of my favorite works by me! It is an abstract clay slab composition work. It  can mean nothing to somebody, while on the other hand can be symbolic of various things to somebody else. 18 more words

Slab Day is Here - An Update

Last week the radiant heat pipes were set into the house. It was fun to see the grid of rebar and the red Pex pipes all in place. 540 more words

Vintage Cribbage Slab Bench Table

This is a vintage cribbage slab bench table made of a rustic slab of wood.  It has the cribbage holes drilled through the top and splayed legs.   11 more words

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Stamps and Slabs

I was traveling for work all week, so once I got to the studio on Saturday, it was play time! (After teaching a make-up class and recycling some clay, of course.) 98 more words

Ceramics & Pottery

Unit Four: Hard Slab Container

From the start, my visions for my slab container were very ambitious. I didn’t really look at any particular designs for inspiration, I just started sketching. 603 more words

Book Review: The Testing, by Joelle Charbonneau

In search of a new, innovative take on the dystopian genre, I stumbled across The Testing; the first installment of a trilogy that follows Cia Vale, a young student who is chosen to compete in a highly competitive program to attend the single University of the United Commonwealth. 195 more words

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Book Review: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey is a wonderful book dealing with a rather shocking perspective of a group of psychiatric patients. Instead of the fixed concepts of a merciful and beneficial hospital, the book reveals a strictly hierarchical and an overly supervised tyranny of the hospital administrators over the patients. 40 more words

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