Kathy began taking classes and throwing clay as just a way to “chill”
from the day to day rush of life. Then it became addictive to play
in the mud. She discovered that so many things could be created
with clay and the creative process helped to relieve stress. She likes to
create pieces that are along the more useful side but will occasionally
create something that is strictly to look at. Kathy likes to add some
chattering, texturing or multiple color schemes; like taking a
simple bowl or plate from plain to unique. Most pieces are microwave,
dishwasher and oven safe. Some glass may be added to jewelry
holders or wall art to give a crackled looked, but those pieces
are not for food. Kathy has decided to spend less time in the corporate
world behind the computer and more time in her “sheshed”
behind her pottery wheel.
The Prairie Gypsies in Oklahoma City have been exploring jelly and jam combinations with great success. The infusion of herbs with certain fruits brings a special nuance to any biscuit or scone. Blackberry Sage, Cherry Rosemary and Apple Basil Jellies, Red Hot Lover, Prairie Fire, Pear Pecan, Strawberry Lavender Jams along with Cherry Fruit Butter offer a wide range of carefully crafted flavors to choose from.
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Bill Wallace is the author of many award-winning novels for grade-school and middle-grade readers. His stories, some set in the historic Old West and others taking place in the present day, offer adventure and a dash of comedy for young audiences. In many cases, animals play key roles, and sometimes are even the main characters of Wallace's books.
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