Monday, September 9, 2013
As you might have noticed, my last blog entry was in the spring, several months ago. I've been far too busy making art and living a very full summer to write about it. I'm having a fabulous time, if you wish to know. For the time being, I'm going to continue to focus on creating and living, and try to keep the home page of my website updated on a weekly basis with shows and news and the occasional new photo. Someday I hope to return to my blog, it's been great to stay connected this way. Thanks for reading, and check back later!
Friday, March 22, 2013
Busy days in the studio! Market is right around the corner (two more free Saturdays until after Christmas), this show is going up, clients are calling, I'm getting paint on everything.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Oh yes, me and my shoe puns.
It's been a busy week or so here, finally getting on the proverbial stick about some business whatnot: updating my website and catalog, contacting wholesale accounts, bookkeeping, applying for shows, and all those other glamorous things that artists do when we're not...ya know, hanging out with models while wearing berets and drinking espresso while standing in sunflower fields painting sunsets. Like we artists do all the time.
I'm laid up with a wicked cold today, and so may as well make a blog entry too while I'm at it. Since "business whatnot" doesn't really make for interesting blog entries, I'm also happy to say I've been painting more shoes and that is what I'll share with you today. Wingtip is once again getting some attention, people are actually buying them, and the positive feedback is inspiring me to make more. It's totally fun. So here is a bespoke pair of boots, some sweet girly mermaid-ballerina shoes and some steampunky ankle boots with pseudo-spats for your delectation.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Huzzah, a fun new project!!! My friend and fellow Handwork member Colleen McCall invited me and Jenny Pope down to her studio in Elmira to play with clay and glazes. Colleen's work is amazing, she makes mold-formed pots and does some magic with slips and underglazes and carving. Each piece takes hours, all those exquisite details. It was great fun to try this technique out, and I'm really pleased with how my fish dish is coming out. It still needs to be fired and overglazed, I will keep you posted.
Monday, January 28, 2013
As you read in my last post, it's lazy winter time. But my laziness has come to an end, I'm pounding out freelance projects and getting out my leather paints again. PAINTS, I said, not PANTS. Haven't spent a lot of time typing, obviously, but here are two things I painted recently.