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Category Archives: porcelain
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
Inspiration can come from unexpected places. Sometimes you need to go looking for it; a museum, a class, a walk in the woods or a vacation. Everyday interactions can also stir creative tangents. I never thought adopting a puppy would … Continue reading
I’m hoping to eventually get back to writing. For now I thought I’d post this “sort of” tiny head in response to the “weekly photo challenge.” I’m not sure what I will do with this budding character. Sometimes it’s just about … Continue reading
So my ticket to instant fame and fortune is soon going off the market. I always thought that one day, when my artwork had reached perfection, Oprah would discover me, invite me on her show, and the rest would be history. … Continue reading
Ann Arbor News review of The Built to Suit Exhibit at Riverside Gallery.