The Hare of the Rabbit Podcast

 

The Saturday after Thanksgiving I was interviewed by The Hare of the Rabbit Podcast. I met Jeff and Tina Hittinger at the Virginia Clay Festival a couple of years ago and Jeff contacted me recently about wanting to do a podcast about Tang, my pottery and how the two loves came together. It was a lot of fun to have Jeff and his wife Tina come to my studio and interview me. I learned that they also have rabbits and have a love of anything rabbit as well. So, without further adieu, check out the podcast here…

http://www.hareoftherabbit.com/

Be sure to also like his facebook page, Hare of the Rabbit

Tang and I had a lot of fun. Thank you, Jeff!

rabbit, rabbit, rabbit…

I have a couple of Facebook friends who post the phrase “rabbit, rabbit, rabbit” on the first day of every month. According to wikipedia, this phrase should be the first words out of your mouth on the first day of the month for 31 days of good luck. I know it is just a silly superstition but I think it is fun, given that I have been doing a lot of rabbit themed work. And of course, back in the fall, I got a pet rabbit to have in the studio to keep me company and bring me smiles. I named her Tang, like the space drink because it is an orange theme name to go along with my Laughing Orange Studio theme. Tang looking at rabbitLast summer I started trying to throw much larger pieces and ended up with some rather large plate/bowl forms. I decided to decorate them with my rabbit theme and add variations of gardens, trees, and flowers. So, I thought I would share some of these pasta bowls here. The first of the month is in a few days so be sure and rise out of bed and let your first words be, “rabbit, rabbit, rabbit”.

Tree and Rabbit1 Thistle rabbit dish farm rabbit Anjelka Tray Crimson Rabbit