Category Archives: influences

Friday in the Studio–some pieces further along

Last Friday I finally got a full studio day. There have been many things other than art on the to-do list, mostly in the chore category. It was great to be back and fling some paint!  

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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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Summer travels, part 2–flowers

OH my, the flowers in northern latitudes! I love taking photos of flowers when we travel. Here are just a few:    

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Back from travels–part 1–some pictures from Maine

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Two pieces, further along…Seascape and Woodland Visitors

So this big, mystery piece-turned Landscape or Seascape is pretty near done but waiting for that final decision. And then this 40″ x 40″- square piece is slowly shifting through “stuck” place where it has been for so long. Slow … Continue reading

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