i remember my first true lesson on perspective when it comes to sculpting. sitting on the floor with carol anne in cambridge, looking at one of the newer goddesses that i had created. oh! the angles and flaws i saw when i got down on my knees and viewed it from all planes possible. how ungainly and gangly the roots! a flash on how i really had to look at things to make sure that it looked "right" from all angles. seems like an easy lesson, huh? but really, it was akin to remembering the |AHA| in that 4 year old child mind recognizing that T-H-E meant 'the'. i knew how to read.
disclaimer for each page: it's an affront to any good web page layout how long some of these pages are, i apologize. yahoo services and macs only work together so much. damn pc world. slowly my quiet revolution of wellbeing for all will take over. even in the computer world.
clay sculpture, appx. 24"x24"
appx. 14" deep and 8"x8" in square shape
clay and wire sculptural wall piece
appx. 14" x 10"
clay and wire
pinch pot mug of stoneware, each one different as they are hand built
celadon glaze over turkish amber
appx. the size 2.5-3" diameter and 3-4" deep
$10 each (plus shipping, if applicable)
stoneware tray with iron oxide wash and clear glaze. each piece will vary slightly.
$60 (plus shipping, if applicable)