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Posted by  Verve on March 04, 2002 at 11:41:39:

In Reply to:  Re: Pottery posted by Paul Malo on March 04, 2002 at 08:43:57:

Please stand corrected. Not! in an 'introductory' elective in pottery.

I have had an interest in pottery for a long time. One of my hidden talents. Since I was five years old actually.

I copied the motifs, style and form of the jar only. All applied with a steady hand and an eye for detail. (I reseached well)...:-)

I had a naive skill for copying...sorry 'influence'

I still dabble with the potters wheel as well as casting...:-)

Oh yes also when I do things I like to do them to the best of my capabilites. Perhaps an obsessive perfectionist.

There were three others before this one got submitted to the Annual Display at College...:-)

 
 
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