Photos from Hambidge's creative residency program
September 24, 2009
I’m still working on my book at The Hambidge Center. Only nine more days left of my residency! You requested more photos, so I’m sharing them today.
Rabun Gap, home of Hambidge, in the north Georgia mountains.
Artists take a break to play with clay.
Visit to Hambidge's grist mill. Grits, anyone?
Awesome farmer's market nearby has fabulous gourds!
One of about a dozen pottery kilns here at Hambidge.
My favorite place to sit: Circle of Hambidge rocking chairs.
Hambidge even has a huge Anagama, or Japanese kiln, which they fire several times a year. (Apologies for the jacket hanging in front.)
The Rock House, the main grounds.
Have a great weekend!
0 Replies to “Photos from Hambidge's creative residency program”
That looks fabulous. I really need to try a retreat some year when I am not needed so much at home.
Ymmm. I love grits! Looks like everyone is having a wonderful time. Thanks for sharing the photos.
So great to see the photos 🙂 enjoy the home stretch!
Thanks for sharing the photos. I’d love to be in one of those rocking chairs with you all, looks very peaceful (although I see Hambridge residents do tend to get crazy with clay.)
Lovely, Alexis. Nice to see the environment you’re surrounded with while you write your travel memoir.
Thanks for the photos, looks like a fun place with interesting people to meet.
This looks fabulous, Alexis. You’re making me think I really should explore getting accepted at a writer’s colony. Maybe a good goal for next year,
Come visit me sometime!
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I love that you love where you are and find the essence of each (to you) to write about. I am to be at Hambidge this August, and as a returning Georgian with lots more to write about, hope to gain as much as you did there. My wife hopes there is no stray dogs there as I have been known to bring them home!