sandblasting and progress

the spring semester ended, may term and free school are both in full swing and no new work has been started but i’ve gotten around to sandblasting the last few i did this spring including my hall and oates tribute as inspired by the visual and ear worm that is rich fulcher’s sick dance moves on the boosh.

where does it stop where do you dare me to draw the line

where does it stop where do you dare me to draw the line

America’s Clay Fest

I am not a big you tube person but somehow I managed to find this.  These pieces headed off to America’s Clay Fest at Blue Line Arts Gallery in Roseville, California, they’re part of the show juried by Richard Shaw.

do you wanna hear about the deal and make it yours

do you wanna hear about the deal and make it yours

time to look at what i’ve got

finding some way to balance my free time; which is spent either gardening or in the studio actually resulted in quite a bit of work this semester,although my firing/turn around was not constant.  (i’m not an all your eggs in one basket kinda girl)  the results were pleasing.  I’ve still got a few more works to sandblast and shoot before they’re ready for print but i thought this one turned out nicely.  These of course will be heading to Kansas next year for an exhibition.

darling in my wildest dreams i never thought i'd go

darling in my wildest dreams i never thought i’d go

Besides spending some quality time working out new shelving ideas, i also got to thinking about my blog and realized between the fb, lj and email i don’t give this one nearly enough due.  so next on the docket is to resolve this and write a little more.