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 the work lit properly. Jason is methodical and thorough.

I always realize how “make-do” my phone pix are in comparison. I also appreciate my work in a whole new way.

Just a few of the 5" x 7" I'll be showing at NC Crafts in May

Just a few of the 5″ x 7″ I’ll be showing at NC Crafts in May

Paloduro and Roadrunner tile, about 14"-square

Paloduro and Roadrunner tile, about 14″-square

Red and Black Opossum tile, about 9" x 5"

Red and Black Opossum tile, about 9″ x 5″

'Possum Drawing, the backside of the Red and Black Opossum tile

‘Possum Drawing, the backside of the Red and Black Opossum tile

Two Geese, about 17" x 10"

Two Geese, about 17″ x 10″ (the backside of this one is not that exciting)

Roadrunner and Snake tile, about 13"-square-ish

Roadrunner and Snake tile, about 13″-square-ish

Back of the Roadrunner tile

Back of the Roadrunner tile

Tawny Fish, about 17" x 10"

Tawny Fish, about 17″ x 10″

Horse Drawing, the backside of the Tawny Fish tile

Horse Drawing, the backside of the Tawny Fish tile

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