|July 30 2012|
The past few weeks have been very busy in the studio. All commissions completed and delivered. YEAH finally time to work on Gallery pieces.
Four new pieces where created and delivered to Orison’s Art Gallery this week:
Aqua Stream of Color – 3-D Wall Sculpture in cool Aqua, White and clear textured Glass.
Simply Natural -3-D Gallery Sculpture done in rich browns, gold’s with a touch of rainforest greens and yellow.
Spiritual Connection – Framed 2-D Fused glass done in rich Santa Fe colors. An Abstract Sunset intermingled with spiritualism creating a connection.
Ebony & Ivory – very fun piece of slumped piano keys!
Several new pieces of Yard Art created. Puzzle pieces, Yard Lady, Dragon Fly and Lady Bug. Funky Bird Bath with terra Cotta Clay faces in the bottom of the bowl. Large Cheeks and nose allow the birds to perch and bathe!
This week I will be completing a 17 in bowl. I painted two horse heads with glass paints, fired the glass last week. This week I will be experimenting with Copper & Metal Inclusions on this piece with hopes of success!
Wishing Stars and Bells have sold out and I will be dreaming up new ones to sell at next weeks market, along with another “Celebration Bowl”.
Hopefully I will find time to photograph and post pictures of my new creations on my website this week.
Since August of 2010 I have been working with a visionary Artist by the name of Annie Royer on Non-Profit – The Arts and Music Guild. www.artsandmusicguild.org After much planning and work our 501C status was received!!!!! Intermingled with my studio work I will be working as an Administrative Lead to promote and grow The Arts and Music Guild. Membership is growing, mentoring has started and planning for an Arts and Music Festival is in the works and will take place mid September of this year. If you have any questions feel free to contact me. To keep updated check out our website daily and request to be put on our e-mail list to received information on up and coming events.
I continue to sell my Funky Functional Art at the McKinney’s Farmers Market of Historical Chestnut Square! I have met so many new faces and with stories to be heard. My fondest memory yesterday was watching a mother and daughter enjoying the Market and the Ice Cream Crank off. As they were strolling past my tent, she commented to her mother, “Mom, it is really peaceful here!”
May you feel the same peace this child felt - That is my wish for you this week?
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