Flux

noun
1.- a flowing or flow.
2.- the flowing in of the tide.
3.- continuous change, passage, or movement
Looking at the way the flux (1) in glazes work and contemplating a flux (3) in life.
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The same glaze in different firings, different parts of the kiln.
Changes in work, more work, lots of work.

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Tons of work and more to come just in case I do move before all the ceramic fairs have finished.

Big stuff

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Small stuff

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 Enough work done for Art in Clay at Hatfield (http://www.artinclay.co.uk/ )  now, more to make for CPA members show in Oxford and a lovely new gallery Staacks, on the Wirral,  http://www.staacks.co.uk/
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