Piñon pine nuts, needles, buds and twigs | celeriac
Wild grasses from magic days out exploring
I sent a friend some of the rose quartz that is sifted out of the micaceous clay that I use and I just received this beautiful bowl from her that is imbedded with the crushed quartz and is made of clay from where she lives. Thank you @sarahjerath, I’m psyched to have such a lovely bowl!
Clay and mica
Cactus pad | dock | our tomatillos
La Madera Cactus pads
The last of the cactus in La Madera till spring
Farolitos lighting the way to dinner
Newsletter update: As of now we will be sending out our newsletter on the 14th of each month at 8:00pm MTN with a list of dates, of which will be released as per normal on the 15th of each month at 8:00am MTN for the following month. We have some exciting news this month, thank you for following along!
View from the kitchen
The work of @aftonlove continually inspires me with it’s abundant reverence for natural beauties. In person her work makes me feel both tiny and infinite. I’m excited to see the works in a new environment. _ If you are around Santa Fe this weekend her show opens @5.gallery Friday November 16th at 5:00pm.
There’s nothing like the autumn light in northern New Mexico. Everything is replete with color as nature climaxes and you find yourself between countless intersections of life and death. These are our curtains catching some of that light. They are dyed from the same clay that I use for all my ceramics.