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impressed in a spade-shaped vessel

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Words are from a poem by Alla Bozarth, photographs by me.

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These pots are included in the Green Line Artists show in Petworth on Sunday.

In combination. These pots stack well on each other, and the lids fit all. Red interior, neutral glaze exterior, on dark brown clay body.

The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears, or the sea. — Isak Dinesen

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a selection of little salt cellars, with exotic spoons.

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My Year of the Snake customer, with azalea blossom.

The DC metro, that is. Potters and artists who share the green line offer up work for our spring sale.

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Green Line Artists

Sunday 6 May
12 to 5
623 Upshur Street NW in Petworth

with Julie Christenberry, Gardens and Pots (Carol Herwig) and Great Hill Studio (Sam Gordon)

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Small (well, big enough) salt cellar. Twenty dollars.

 

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Saturday 9 December and Saturday 16 December
11 to 4

On 800 block of Upshur St. NW (off Georgia Ave.)

The Annual Upshur Street Art & Craft Fair is back for the 12th year.

Sunday 17 December
1 to 5
3928 Illinois Avenue NW (private home in Petworth)

Proceeds from this day’s sale will benefit Community of Hope, a community health center in Adams Morgan specializing in culturally and linguistically appropriate care for immigrant, refugee, and low-income patients.

My plate from 2017 on the left. Peter Voulkos’ from 1956 on the right. Go figure.

The Voulkos show is at the Renwick through August.

Minnesota plate 2017

This plate suggests the Land of 10,000 Lakes, the first state I entered at the moment of birth. It’s about nine inches across.

* Fifty more, if you count the District of Columbia, where I now live, and which still has no congressional representation. Let’s think about that.

Seventy-five dollars.