|I'm still smiling on the day one, not experiencing leg ache (yet!)|
|new range of "hanetsubo" & "rakugaki"|
|"mazekoze" had good sales :)|
|porcelain lilypad received many good feedback.|
The organaiser Geoff & Chris Cox kindly allowed me to hold HELP JAPAN Project within my stall. There were many generous visitors who contributed to help Japan.
There also was a kids workshop run by the uni students, which was linked to my project by making birds to support the town. Their birds in their hands were photographed and will be sent to school in the town to show their support. Awesome!
I did not have enough chance to go round each stall, but managed to speak to some artists, sharing their experience of the show and advice. Thank you so much and very very nice to meet you, Amanda, Charlotte, Sue and Lindsay.
POTFEST showcases over 100 potters work including those from other countries. Fumihiro Fuyushiba, a Japanese potter based in Yokaichi has been taken part for many years. I felt privileged to speak to such a veteran potter like him and shared some time. Thank you Fuyushiba-san.
There were so much to learn and so much to catch up post POTFEST. I would certainly like to come back to the show. If you have missed this year, hope you can come next summer! xm