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Fri Jan 1 18:16:07 EST 2016
Personally, I quit scratching my last name in the clay after trimming,
and now I use black iron oxide & print my last name after bisque &
before glazing. Mike Gordon
On Jan 1, 2016, at 3:03 PM, Scary Potter via Clayart wrote:
> From: Scary Potter <scary.potter at yahoo.com>
> Date: January 1, 2016 10:47:19 AM PST
> To: clayart at lists.clayartworld.com
> Subject: Seconds
> In reference to what Dannon Rhudy said about your signature being on
> pieces that are "out there" forever, I tried to send this yesterday
> and it came out blank like terrance's were. I use yahoo too. So I'm
> trying to send a fresh message instead of a reply.
> I've always been amazed to watch the buyers at a student sale and the
> things they loved that I thought were terrible.
> I believe that if you're truly ashamed of a piece, then smash it,
> otherwise it might find a home.
> On a related note, since my work has come so far since my student
> days, and am now starting to sell some, I'm thinking I should change
> my signature to distinguish new work from the lesser quality older
> stuff. Have any of you created a whole new signature for your work?
> S.Cary -
> Make something beautiful every day. (Or at least try to!)
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