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Just another happy customer

From Priscilla’s Pantry! While working from home,  Priscilla brings new life to a Peter Jadoonath sculptural vessel, which makes for a perfect home for artisanal gluten free over priced pretzals from pdq, pairing nicely with a Midwestern microbrew, Summit Saga IPA, which is quite delectable. The concept is photographed on a dirty yet rustic douglas …

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Online store is up and running

Well,  the online store is engaged. I am running it through a secondary entity. So the web address is peterjadoonathpottery.bigcartel.com I will be adding some more pots soon and I will be updating the images after each firing.  I will blog when I have posted new pots for sale. Click on the top button “Pots …

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Showroom is up and running

Slowly but surely I am getting my act  together.  I built the showroom last fall, once the cold came and I nailed my thumb a few times with the hammer I decided to finish it in the spring. Spring is here and the  mosquitos are budding along with the lilacs. The showroom is up and …

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The mornings are best in the workshop, 2016

One of the main reasons I like making pots is the physicality of it. I find it easy to get lost in the movements that tie wandering thoughts to repetitive and speculative motion. As the sun creeps up, the early parts of the day in the pottery are the most rewarding  with a black cup …

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Crossing Borders 2015

Stupendous views, outstanding craft. I will be a guest of Dick and Debbie Cooter at their home for the www.crossingbordersstudiotour.com. I will be there the weekend of September 25-27, 10 am- 6pm daily. The tour continues for 10 days and will host guest crafts people the following weekend as well. Do the whole tour, camp, …

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Updated blog

The blog page got a face lift. I like the clean simple design. Special thanks to Kelly Severns Curtis. Studio progress is going well. I hope to have the kiln fired for the first time in two – three weeks. It is so close to being done, but the smallest details take the longest. I …

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