Saturday, August 21, 2010

Cold Springs Studio is now Closed


The sign on the road has come down.
The signs in the yard have been taken down.
The pots are (mostly) sold.
The last orders have been boxed.
The lights in the gallery are off.
The music has been turned off.
What else can I say?

8 comments:

cookingwithgas said...

you will be missed- I thought your pottery to be just brilliant in design and glaze.
But- now to yet another chapter in your life.
Best wishes!
M

claydancer said...

Sorry to hear about the studio closing and I wish you much happiness in the photo adventures and in your healing process. I'll be following you on your photo blog. Have a great day.
Kelly

Emily said...

Alex,
So glad to have met you this summer.
So thankful to have your art grace out dining table.
I had the best cup of coffee in my new tangerine mug.
Stay heathly, creative and happy!
Until our paths cross again
Best,
Jean Karam

Alex Solla said...

@Jean - You came at a great time this summer... and I am thrilled we were able to pick out some great pots for you too! Coffee definitely tastes better in a Tangerine mug. I have a turquoise mug I only use for Chai. LOVE IT.

I like the idea of our paths crossing again. That's a good plan.

-Alex

Alex Solla said...

@Kelly, Thanks for posting. The photo blog is off to a slow start, but now that I can put more time and energy into that, I think it has tons of potential.

As for the healing process... suffice to say that it will be the topic of a very lengthy blog posting in the near future. Not a really happy one though, so I am saving the writing for a day when I am not as happy as I am today!

cheers,
Alex

Alex Solla said...

@ Meredith-

I am really looking forward to your show this fall. I am still trying to find a way to make it down for the opening. A lot depends on how busy the photo studio gets.

Fingers crossed!
-Alex

DirtKicker Pottery said...

I will miss your pottery blog, but I will also enjoy your new photography blog. You're a very talented artist, wheather it be pottery or photography.
Keep creating, keep blogging.
:) Cindy

Amy said...

Much luck in your new endeavors!