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TFP’s personal collection.... Clearly the wood work needs some TLC, anyone know of a painter in the Cromwell area?All 300 lavenders in! Bob (and Napoleon) starting on the 150 plane trees. This will all end and we shall sit admiring the toil with a glass, or two, of something delicious from Domaine Rewa .Circa 230 of the 300 lavenders planted in the entrance to the atelier yesterday. The child labour was, marginally, helpful.The French Potter is happy in front of his new brazier.Yannick in this mornings ODT - https://www.odt.co.nz/entertainment/arts/down-earthRewa decor on the Pisa planter - our premier attempt. 120cm high x 110cm diameter.A Canadian twist to one of our Anduze vases in ceruse. Happily at home in their wine country the Okanagan Valley.This weeks inspired creation.....The French Potter’s restoration project has been installed. Watch this space .Perpetuating the pottery tradition.....A weary Fourbet Family after moving all the pots to their new home.Three biot’s destined for Canada and a Greek Jar for The Potter’s Wife.  Off to Darfield today to collect more clay & our new puppy Napoleon.The French Potter after The Spit to  Manly walk with his wife.  Enjoying an early supper at Hugo’s before heading home relaxed and inspired.Taking shape....at 8am this spring morning the atelier nestled amongst the olive trees.Figs, Dogwoods, Rosemary, Lambs ear, White lavender and ......quite frankly more than I can recall ordering.  All ready for planting. Thankfully Bob back from holiday and I have a week “off”.Pot 3 in our new atelier.... The kiln has been delivered and is currently being unwrapped .Entrance door installed. Now the fun part can start for The French Potters wife - landscaping.Production continues with pot number two now off the wheel. Decor next. Then 2-3 months of drying. Plenty of time to get the kiln perfectly calibrated.The day has arrived ....the first pot is under construction. (On the Bentley of wheels.) Doesn’t someone look rapt....Anduze pot with Bacchus decor safely arrived and ensconced in its new Auckland home.