Tuesday, March 22, 2011

ABC WEDNESDAY-J-Jars and more Jars


Jars, more jars, and square vases, all the work of potter, Randy Johnston, whom you met here. 

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23 comments:

  1. I don't know much but for some reason these remind me of jars from ancient Greece!

    I may have told you how our son, years ago, dug up jars and bottles, etc., from river banks in Pennsylvania. Some of the jars looked not unlike these!

    How is your hubby doing?

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  2. I'll take the top one please. That is if JB hasn't bought them all! :)
    V

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  3. Okay, I want that one in front on the bottom photo. It would go nicely with one I bought this last weekend.

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  4. The diversity of design makes them even more impressive collectively than they are individually, and each is mighty impressive by itself.

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  5. I really love them all Kate. I like the weathered look and the design. I could see a few of them on my fireplace.
    Are you still in Mazatlan?

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  6. Unfortunately not...Jim fell on a patch of ice 5 days before we were scheduled to leave, tore rotator cuff needing surgery so we're still here in River City!! Grumble! Grumble!

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  7. Oh, great looking jars!!! And what a great post for the J Day! Hope your week is going well!

    Sylvia
    ABC Team

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  8. Oh Kate, I'm so sorry to hear that. Does that make you a matching set of shoulder problems now??? Wishing your Hubby a speedy recovery and hope you can get away soon. I guess by then M. will be too warm though.
    Sue

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  9. Beautiful jars...intriguing in their details. Have a jolly good week,

    Leslie
    ABCW Team

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  10. Enamored by those jars and his art...

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  11. These are fantastic jars.

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  12. They do look ancient, for sure.
    Nice.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  13. Very interesting J and so pretty too.

    Please come and meet the J's in my Family, hope to see you around, thanks!

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  14. Handsome jars, Kate! I would love to have any one of them as they would be perfect for displaying dried reeds and twigs,

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  15. My vote goes to the top one.

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  16. Dibs on the first jar! That is just beautiful!

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  17. I really love that first one. Lovely series you have going here.

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  18. I love pottery, so you hit my weak spot with this J post!

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  19. cool art!

    Meryl
    http://departingthetext.blogspot.com

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  20. Some beautiful work here.

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  21. what handsome Jars.
    joy to you.
    happy Wednesday.

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  22. I missed this post, great jars, great surfaces.

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  23. Great ART! Interesting postings.
    Thanks for sharing.

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