Monday, September 25, 2006

Ceramic Diva Signs On....

Hello!!! This is my first blog ever and I am so excited to share with you some great ideas about projects, colors, and upcoming new ideas! Not to mention I am looking forward to hearing from all of you!!

Ceramics and creativity just run in my family! I am Erma Duncan’s great-granddaughter…so you might say that ceramics is just in my blood! (The picture is Erma (aka Nana), my Grandma Gwen (Erma's daughter) and me!) I don’t know about you but there’s nothing like ceramics…each piece represents your own creativity. Picking out an awesome piece of bisque, fabulous color and any idea you might have…although, the most exciting thing to me is the sense of accomplishment when you see your finished piece come out of the kiln.

Soooo…now I work at a creative company that manufactures amazing products AND not only allows me to be unique, but encourages it. The best part is that I have the opportunity to share creativity with you. I'll post blogs about my travels, shopping adventures and work as they relate to sharing the joy of creativity!

Self-expression… Personalization… Make it you… Make it yours… Make it yourself… It’s all about expressing yourself… Who you are, what you believe in, how much you care and how much you love.

Artfully yours,
Ceramic Diva


Suzie said...

Hi Ceramic Diva,

I love ceramics too. I am a "newbie" having only done ceramics at a local studio a couple times, but it's so much fun to see the piece after it's been fired.

I'm having my son's birthday party at a local studio next month. They're making Sponge Bob plates. He's jazzed!

I look forward to your updates because I'm hooked on ceramics. Suzie

Anonymous said...

Hi Ceramic Diva,

Your story is unique but, how could it not! being a great grandaughter is special all in its self! The free spirit in which you spoke within your blog, only convinces me that you are in your element. Thank you for sharing your story.

Fashion Girl said...

Ceramic Diva...your story is awesome and I can't wait to read your blog every week!

btw...very cute pic!!

Anonymous said...

Hey Ceramic Diva!

You sound like a fun fashion-forward kind of gal! I love ceramics too. How cool it must have been, growing up with Erma Duncan as your great-grandmother. I bet you got to paint ceramics all the time! Can't wait to read your blogs!