at this point its unclear how long its been since I got my home studio set up; but with set up came the caveat that it would also partially serve as storage while we figured out our next structure. that “short” time finally came to an end this summer with the addition of our storage shed. Like all good projects it was completed in the hottest of the hot summer months and over the course of 3 or 4 weekends. The winner in all this was a tie between the weight (albeit all water) toiling in the hot sun and being able to claim real estate in my studio and while there is still some tweaking of the newly space, it is as they say close enough for government work. once fall and the cooler weather kicks in i’ll put production off to the side to take care of the fixings.
Monday I’ll be shipping these guys back to California, they’ll be part of the 10th annual Visions In Clay exhibition at San Joaquin Delta College LH Horton Jr. Gallery September 5 – 27.
besides helping my husband construct our deluxe storage facilitiy, i’ve spent the last couple of weeks making new work for a sale on Sunday. If you are in the Austin area I’ll be selling the tiki wares at Summer Tiki Showdown from 2:00 – 6:00 pm at The Cavalier 2400 Webberville Rd @ East 7th, hosted by #eastsidepopup. Looking forward to seeing some folks, selling some work and enjoying a cocktail or two.
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