Gool-aya-Goh

I have been at Guldagergaard, (Gool- aya-goh), for three days now. An old Danish farmhouse with studio space for 12 Ceramic Artists to live and work together, this is shaping up to be a beautiful experience. I am here to spend two months making new work, and to experiment with wood and soda firing using the many outdoor kilns here.

In future entries I hope to explain how this experience could have a long lasting impact on my work in Sheffield- beginning with my next project on the Manor- and to offer some of my thoughts, or images, of what happens as I play with mud and fire.

But for now I will leave you with what greeted me as I walked up the drive- a view of the Farmhouse where I am staying and the Barn housing the Studio's where we work.