This may have been the final straw, as he looked at clay globbed on the walls and said "you need a place to do this," I guess he guessed that this was not going away.
So just this week a studio was purchased, a diy kit thing with lots of natural light and a loft for storage so that my wheel can not be in the middle of the dining area.
Even better, a long time ago aquaintance, the mother of a friend I went to high school with, sold me a huge kiln for an entirely decent price, so guess what? Time to fire!
This weekend I have managed to create enough to do a bisque fire, now that the correct outlet is in and all systems seem go.
I guess the next post will be about how the house burnt down if things don't go well, but we are thinking positive thoughts about a good bisque firing.
I hope that you will see potential in this endeavor, because as I look for jobs these days, in the back of my mind is pretty much always "When can I go do some ceramics?" Which makes me wonder about my career path.
Thanks for following along, much loves,