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Category Archives: Inspiration
Are we there yet? The photos above take you through the some of the stages of drying. Moving from tightly wrapping in plastic, to loosely wrapped to air drying. I planned to let it dry for 3 weeks. It ended … Continue reading
This is the first time I have exhibited my work at coffeehouse. Sweewaters Cafe on Washington St in Ann Arbor, MI is a great space. Founded in 1993 by Wei and Lisa Bee in downtown Ann Arbor. They now have locations … Continue reading
Looking back at the calendar and when I began posting, I am reminded that it has been over a month since I started working on sculpting this piece. My first images are from July 2nd. These last two weeks working … Continue reading
There is so much to enjoy in the process of sculpting in clay. Once I begin a new piece, I rarely work in wet clay for more than 3 months. I’m always too impatient to see it completed. It is … Continue reading
Typically I am in my clay studio twice a week for at least 3 hours or more. I fire the kiln and do my assemblage work in my home studio. This works well, because I can work on my art … Continue reading
One of the lessons I have learned working with clay, is patience. You can’t refine details until the clay is ready. With porcelain the window for readiness is narrow. There is a sweet spot where the clay is soft enough … Continue reading