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A pause in this blog for health drama, (not travel–boo!) bummer all!

I was getting ready to go see my photographer, Jason Dowdle, Blue Sky Digital Photographyin Snow Camp last week. I’d made an appointment and we were set. But then, some health drama bloomed up in my body instead, and I … Continue reading

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This Saturday–Reception at the Museum of Natural Sciences–for me!

My exhibit of watercolor and acrylic paintings of deer, (beautiful, graceful, beloved and maddening, garden munchers that they are) is on the walls this month of the Nature Art Gallery, upstairs in the Gift Shop of the Museum of Natural … Continue reading

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Before and After–CAG show at the CAC office–how art really enlivens a space !

The Chatham Artists Guild began as the Studio Tour, a program of the Chatham Arts Council. The years went by and along the way the Studio Tour became its own entity. We changed our name to the Chatham Artists Guild to reflect our … Continue reading

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Clay of the Day catch up–new bag of clay, new session

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Clay of the Day–out of the oven

I am continuing with this slip, stain and glaze combo: white slip, golden ambrosia slip and dark teal slip on greenware, then Cushings and butter yellow glazes with stains– black, teal, and golden ambrosia. I’m changing the forms and experimenting … Continue reading

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