Andy Ward Inspired Ceramics At Brother’s Campfire

Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!

It was a long, hard day at work, but I accomplished a lot. Community contacts are part of the game, and I reached out to a lot of organizations today. I wonder if they compare notes after I call.

The tough part is while I am fairly sociable, I am in all actuality an introvert. Slowly, I am getting better at managing a large flow of people in my life.

I am good at mingling and being in a crowd, but being personable non stop is exhausting.

It is the weekend now, so I will put such things aside.

We built a Campfire today to fire some more pottery. I am getting a little better at sintering the home levigated clay.

I have been learning a lot about the art of ancient pottery from a fellow named Andy Ward from https://www.andywardpottery.com/.

He has a lot of excellent tutorials, and one day, I may attend one of his classes.

This fire is made exclusively from old, broken furniture. If you look at the picture above, I placed a cabinet door on coals, then placed bricks to rest my pottery on. Tomorrow will be the day to see how well I did.

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire.

35 thoughts on “Andy Ward Inspired Ceramics At Brother’s Campfire

      1. Thattamma C.G Menon says:

        So welcome 🙏🌷yes , myself cooking cleaning and
        See FB, WordPress like that now 9:40 pm ready !
        So fast boring Day going to finish 😊🙏🌷

        Reply
  1. Cindy Georgakas says:

    yayyyy! You strike me as an extrovert ( I do to most too) but maybe you’re an ambivert like me.. 💖

    Reply
          1. The Storyteller says:

            We are well. School started late, but we have resumed in person. I am volunteering to teach PE (Physical Education)

  2. Cassa Bassa says:

    Yes being an introvert and interacting with lots of people is exhausting. It looks pottery brings you a lot of joy!

    Reply

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