Ed Ruscha (American, b. 1937), Coyote, 1989. Lithograph. 36 x 27 in. Ed. 46/50.
Writing about teapots. #otherllama #writing #lit #whales #ceramics #pottery
“Good writing never soothes or comforts. It is no prescription, neither is it diversionary, although it can and should enchant while it explodes in the reader’s face.”
― Joy Williams, Ill Nature
"This distinction of liveliness or vitality may defy analysis. But it has something to do with the flow of intention from the potter into the pot, with nothing intervening between. " — Daniel Rhodes.
Teapot, soda-fired, stoneware, 2014
#walking (at Healdsburg Plaza)
I mean, throwing a bowl is one of the easiest things you can do, but throwing a good bowl is one of the hardest things. — Jim Melchert
#whales #pottery #ceramics #sodafire
Mugs and tumblers taking over bookshelves.
Favorite Photo Friday!
“The lover’s fatal identity is precisely this: I am the one who waits.”
― Roland Barthes, A Lover’s Discourse: Fragments