Category Archives: Salty Dog Building

Charlie Wicklander at the Sunset

Charlie has given me many hours of yeoman service over the past few years, when the circumstances arise. A talented and versatile musician, it was good to hear him solo last night as he opened for SuperMother at the Sunset … Continue reading

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Clay, Smoke, Fire, Steam: Raku Party ’17

The Salty Dog Studio raku party this weekend was one of the better ones, well attended and with a good balance of beer and glaze, both put to use. As usual the Salty Dog clay artists provided some basic forms … Continue reading

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Salty Dog Raku Party 2017

… except to mention that you are welcome to bring you own pieces to fire (bisque them first), or simply glaze one of the simple cups or shapes that the building will have on hand for that purpose. I always … Continue reading

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Ernest Hilsenberg Sculpture

Ernest Hilsenberg, ceramicist and sculptor, has been a studio neighbor of mine in industrial Ballard for many years now.  He is one of several artists who comprise the founding fathers here at our venerable old warehouse building, The Salty Dog. Long a sculptor … Continue reading

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Salty Dog Studio Opening – Dec. 2

The Salty Dog Building hosts its annual holiday show again this year and I’m participating ‘officially’ for the first time. I did have a few pieces on display last year, but it was all very last minute. For those who haven’t … Continue reading

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