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a weekend of art and play with old friends

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the next painting I’m pondering–”Visiting the Forest”

This piece is up on the wall in the ArtPod. It’s a 40″-square acrylic. It’s been taking shape since last spring. It’s been resting and waiting on the wall since last fall.  I have pulled it back onto the easel … Continue reading

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Clay of the Day–some results, some new “formless” forms

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Clay of the Day–last Tuesday

Cracked open a new bag of Red Rock clay: This is the last of another bag. These two are drying. I hope to put slips on these and put them in line for the kiln tonight at class. And here’s … Continue reading

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Clay of the Day–photoshoot and clay tile backsides

Yesterday was a trip out to Snow Camp to see photographer Jason Dowdle to document some clay pieces and some of the little paintings that will be my May show at NC Crafts Gallery.  As always, it is amazing to see … Continue reading

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