Saturday, 3 August 2013

Remember the 90s?

We are getting ready to move house, and we've just found those boxes we packed last time we moved. Actually some were packed when we moved nearly 15 years ago. And I found some of my old Duncan and Gare teachers things from the days when we had our own teaching studio, and I was the UK's only male ambassador for Duncan products.

For those who can remember back to the mid-90s, we took over Ower Hobby Ceramics and re-named it to Studio Minerva. It was in Rumbridge Street, Totton. Ah! Those were the days. Must see if there are any photos for you.

What I did find, together with the teaching materials, projects and guides, was my teachers badges and Duncan Shield. It is the little things that mean so much ...

Decorative Folk Artist - Summer 2013

I've been slogging away at the next edition - the first since our annual convention in Swindon - and it will be sent out to our email subscribers very soon. The CD subscribers will be a few days later.

There are some interesting and thought provoking articles; I tell you about my day with Andy Skinner, Gill Hobbs starts her new series of projects for beginners, and not-so-beginners, Dorothy Oliver tells us what she things of the BADFA collection, and Ann Patmore describes her time spend with one of our popular teachers.

So, if you are a member of BADFA, the Summer edition will soon be with you. If you are not a member of BADFA, then you should be.

Don't forget to drift by our web site to keep up to date with the latest goings-on!

www.badfa.org incase you were wondering.