Repost from @ceramicreview on Instagram: ‘Being an ethnic minority in an ethnically homogenous area left its mark – something Fuller feels is reflected in what she makes. She states: "I don’t want to make eye-catching pots. They’re understated because, as a person, I don’t like to feel conspicuous. If a pot is quiet, it allows you to appreciate it more slowly.’' We're turning the page on our current issue with this dish by @nancyfullerpottery, which was made from raw clays and wood-fired in a croft in rural Scotland. Up next is the Jan/Feb issue of Ceramic Review (CR 295) – out tomorrow!
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One of my personal traditions is to pick out a mug from the last firing to take to the house to test drive. Some@times I am too tired and randomly@pick and cleannone piece and some times I carefully sort through for the one that says I’m the one. This time I sorted and enjoyed my Monday americano out of this mug. I’ll have more at our home exhibit this weekend December 15-16. #mugshotmonday#anagama#apotterslife#woodfiredpottery#functionalpottery