Category Archives: Opossum

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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Two Exhibits!—”50 5×7′s” and Hock Plaza–Saladelia

Here’s my show “50 5×7′s –Shannon Bueker’s Tribute to Alex O’Connor” at North Carolina Crafts Gallery in Carrboro this month. Lots of my cards are available for purchase, too. Ten % of sales will be donated to Independent Animal Rescue. … Continue reading

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Robin Flight–40″ x 30″ acrylic on board–having so much fun with this one!

 

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Too hectic to post—STUDIO TOUR time!

It’s time! Time to fling open the studio doors all across Chatham County. The 24th Chatham Open Studio Tour is finally here. ┬áThe painting, making, cleaning, sorting, hiding, sweeping, marking, pricing, displaying chores are done (or as done as they … Continue reading

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Clay of the Day—a few on raku clay

Working on some almost-too-dry raku clay that one of my clay friends gave me, I cut, rolled and drew on some flats. I kept my colors simple this time–so hard! Here’s what I got:

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