Monthly Archives: August 2009

Pick your house number style

Recent orders include house numbers with a mid-century look and a plaque for a beach house.  Number tiles turned on the diagonal combined with a turquoise triangular border have a modern feel.  Set onto concrete board and grouted, this style … Continue reading

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Fair Trade

Our next door neighbor Buenos Aires Cafe is saving vegetable scraps and peelings for our compost pile.  In return, we’ll share the herbs we grow in our shop garden with the restaurant.  Once the heat relents, we should have plenty … Continue reading

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East Austin Studio Tour 2009

The East Austin Studio Tour is going all out this year, and so is Clayworks. The tour has been expanded to two weekends with a full week of Eastside arts events between. Last year’s E.A.S.T. was our busiest ever, and … Continue reading

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Water Features

A collaboration with metal worker Colby Brinkman has resulted in our graceful new birdbaths.  A wheel thrown glazed bowl fits into a steel frame that lifts the water source out of cat range.  The frame can also be used as … Continue reading

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