08 December 2013

Mud Colony - morphs to Facebook

Mud Colony has been a wonderful inspiring linkup of many potters across the globe who in turn have been inspired, friended and prodded along in the most gentle comradely way by the energetic Adriana Christenson.

The blog link will be finishing this week but you will still be able to go there and trawl the archived postings of the past couple of years. HERE.

Most of us have also made the transition to Facebook and the Group page also called Mud Colony.  I look forward to keeping in touch with my clay friends there.

In memory of the fun times here are some images that relate to Adriana and the Mud Colony colonists...

Adriana and I in the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens

A holiday in Noosa where I also met up with Ellen Appleby

Ellen at her exhibition at the KARI Gallery
meeting up at Gulgong - Ellen, Anna, Adriana, Sadhana and Kim
wonderful handbuilt work by Sadhana at her exhibition in Paddington NSW

my little pig amongst the participatory installation at Gulgong

What we do - blogging on our Mud Colony odessy, Adriana, Sadhana and Marian

Anna, Ellen and Amy at the Kerrie Lowe Gallery in Newtown...
Will we fade into the Sunset?  No we are just moving over to the Facebook Group.. See you there :)
and here is a glimpse of the work I had on sale yesterday at the Port Hacking Potters Group stall in Cronulla.


smartcat said...

Lovely memories indeed. Mud Colony opened a new world to me. If I ever get my dream vacation below the equator I'll be visiting!
See you on FB!

Linda Starr said...

What a great post, see you on facebook and your blog.

Anna said...

Hi Smartcat
You know you would be made very welcome if you can make it to Australia one day. See you on FB :)

Anna said...

Hi Linda
Yes indeed. Like you and your home search, it is a new beginning. See you over on FB :)

Ellen Appleby said...

Some great memories Anna, looking forward to more in 2014, it is shaping up to be a fantastic year. Ellen

Anna said...

Hi Ellen, glad you liked the post and yes, 2014 should be interesting :)