Submitted by Name: Michelle McCurdy From: Colorado E-mail: Contact
Comments: I had a dream last night about Paul and Ginny. I need to contemplate it. I opened my Pinterest this morning and there were photos of Paul's work. Which brought me here. So much to remember. He made me the teacher I am today. Thank you Paul.
Added: May 22, 2015
Submitted by Name: Don Hanson From: Great Falls, MT E-mail: Contact
Comments: I've been fortunate to have taken 3 of Paul's workshops back in the 70's. !st one in Denver. 2nd one in Granby, CO. 3rd one was a raku workshop in Sun Valley, ID. Big influence on my 43 years of making pottery. I have 2 Soldner wheels. They have been in constant use for most of those 43 years with a minimum of repairs. Only but gratitude for this man and his heart.
Added: February 9, 2014
Submitted by Name: Loys Anne Locklear From: Key West, Florida and Cocoa, Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: I met Paul while studying with Blue Corn at Anderson Ranch one summer. Later I attended a workshop he did in Key West, Florida. What a fabulous spirit. I was also blessed to bid and get one of his wonderful raku pieces at an auction. Fondly, remembering him doing a raku firing in his speedo!
Added: May 16, 2012
Submitted by Name: Marguerite Kelley E-mail: Contact
Comments: Student of Pauls in 1970's at Scripps. Cheers to a grand artist and teacher.
Comments: "I am disappointed that I am a potter/clay artist and living in Colorado and our paths have not yet intersected. I am hoping that through you book I will meet you and your work. I believe in the afterlife and that you are in the heavens doing what, here, was considered controversial. Happy Trails, my friend. Thanks a lot..."
Comments: "HI YA PAUL!! TALKED WITH KK, ATHENA, AND GLENN-THEY WERE AT KK'S RETRO-IT WAS JUST GREAT CONNECTING WITH THEM---I WILL WRITE YOU A LETTER --IT HAS BEEN YEARS-I WISH I WERE CLOSER SO I COULD VISIT YOU . HOPE U GET THIS MW"
Comments: "Won a lottery years ago and I bought a Soldner wheel. Love working with clay but life happened. I divorced the husband, kept the wheel and learning to and loving throwing clay. Browsing around and found this amazing site and I can actually thank you for a great wheel to THE Paul Soldner."