Potters on Vacation: Another way for us to celebrate 35 years @ Ellison Bay Pottery

the beach where we swim

 

 

 

 

We meet my brother here, his favorite beach, to swim at sunset.  Really.

The water is cold, about 60 degrees F and did I say cold.  It takes your breath away.

Then after a few minutes, warmth.  It’s easy to understand how quickly someone can die of hypothermia.  Not so bad, actually, and something I will have to remember.

John making a clay creature at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Interactive Art in Santa Barbara

 

 

 

Modeling clay and the museum guard kept insisting that this is the only place to touch in the whole museum, and finally we succumbed to fun.

 

 

Really brown modeling clay...cooler in personMy sculpture is on the left.

 

 

 

 

He's overlooking the previous work.

 

Actually, this was hard to leave.

 

We learned that every Sunday someone comes by with a wooden mallet and pounds all the art added and then people start adding their own.  I would like to see that.

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3 thoughts on “Potters on Vacation: Another way for us to celebrate 35 years @ Ellison Bay Pottery

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  2. Would it be wrong if you guys went to the paint your own pottery place Ella and I did when we were there? I think that might be a good picture in the encyclopedia for “Ironic”
    HUGS.

  3. No. I think it would be fun. We did stop in and look around. We leave too early tomorrow to do it. I’ll put it on my list of things to do next time.
    And take plenty of photographs.
    Kisses

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