Category Archives: Opossum

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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Clay of the Day—the drawing on the back of a tile

Sometimes those really good drawings just sneak in when I’m not thinking that hard. Working with a really long Chinese brush and black stain, I got this really great ‘Possum drawing. ‘Never waste a surface,’ teaches Larry Downing, so I … Continue reading

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Some decisions in the Pod this week

Monday, after a good studio session last Friday, I decided this: that this painting is done. That this painting was going up on the wall, out of my reach for now. And that these two are coming along very nicely. … Continue reading

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a 40″ x 40″ acrylic making its way along this year…. “Folks in the Woods”

starting this spring……    

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They Must All Cross at Once series–layering and pausing, 36″ x 60″

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