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Season 4 Episode 10: Marcelle Glock on The Wood Fired Ceramic Tradition Part 2

Posted on: March 4, 2022

The second part of Madmudslinger’s interview with Rebecca Bud. Hear about her creative process, ekphrastic art, and messages for future archaeologists. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.

24 Responses to "Season 4 Episode 10: Marcelle Glock on The Wood Fired Ceramic Tradition Part 2"

I enjoyed the second part of Rebecca’s interview with Marcelle very much!

I saw your comment on Rebecca´s blog. I’m so pleased you enjoyed her conversation. I am beyond proud of her.

awesome! Thanks for sharing, Darlene! 🙂

Thanks, Carol Anne. So pleased you enjoyed it.

Thank you Darlene for introducing me to Marcelle who has influenced my thinking about the creative/artistic journey. Her generosity of spirit comes through in her work. I am looking forward to one day taking that voyage to Mudge Island.

You would love it over there. It is a bit of an adventure getting there, but you’re up to it! Thanks for featuring her on your podcast.

This is fascinating, Darlene. Thanks for sharing. Hugs on the wing!

I thought you would enjoy it. Hugs flying back at you. xo

Thanks, Darlene. I’ll check it out.

Awesome conversation. Thank you for sharing this, Darlene!

Thanks, Donna. And she lives in your part of the world. xo

Thanks for sharing Marcelle’s artistic journey!

I´m pleased you enjoyed her podcast. xo

This was a wonderful discussion, Darlene. I know your daughter and I would be friends if our paths crossed.

I have thought that many times. xo

So much talent. I loved the discussion. I think we’d all like to have her as a friend. No denying she’s your daughter. I thought I was looking at a younger you.

Thanks, Patricia. So pleased you enjoyed the discussion. When I was younger, people often thought we were sisters.

I especially liked the photos of the art.

Thanks! She is so creative. I´m so proud of her.

She really is, and you should be very proud!

Thanks for promoting creativity of all sorts here. You have a right to be proud of Marcelle. What an uplift to see this! 😀

Thanks, Marian. Her comments can apply to many creative endeavours.

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