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10 Reasons Artists Make Great Friends and Lovers

Artistic people can be flighty, moody, off-beat, and have a reputation for walking around with their heads in the clouds. They lose track of time lost in their own creativity. Creatives spend enormous amounts of energy focused on their art … Continue reading

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Sending An Item Off To It’s New Home

The only compliment I can really trust is when someone pays me money for one of my ceramic pieces. Everything else is my mother telling me it’s nice. I love to sell my pottery for that reason. Why then is … Continue reading

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What’s With the Color of Your Plate? (Read Before You Set the Table!)

Color matters. It just does. In fact, Winston Churchill once said, “I cannot pretend to feel impartial about colors. I rejoice with the brilliant ones and am genuinely sorry for the poor browns”.   Though not completely understood by scientists, a … Continue reading

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Are Two (or More) Heads Better Than One?

by Leslie Farin My home ceramics studio has been in place for almost six months now and I feel very comfortable in my new space. I love the convenience of being able to work any time, day or night, as … Continue reading

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Oh, How I Love When Art and Science Meet

by Leslie Farin As a child raised by a chemical engineer father and an artist mother, I was exposed in abundance to both the science and the art worlds. Many believe scientists are driven by data and artists by emotion, … Continue reading

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Welcome To My Studio

by Leslie Farin Today is my first post on my new blog. I hope to inspire others the way I was inspired by so many along the way. For years I’ve taken pottery classes and frequented outside workshops and studios, … Continue reading

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