|A friend ordered these for a gift to someone who raises goats. The cups are large, and the plates have room for a snack. They are earthenware.|
During July I was the featured artist at the Cypress Gallery in Lompoc, which means that I could display whatever I wanted in the front end of the gallery. I sent press releases w/pics to publications near here, etc. Here are some pictures I took of the show:
Here are my signs, seen through the front window-couldn't avoid the reflection.
The piece in the middle portrays numbers one through 6, made by loops of clay.
|The name of this is "There's always more"; 2 of the pieces move on the rods, so it's interactive. It sold during the show, but the buyer left it up for the duration of the show.|
|This is titled "Coming or Going?" The pieces are mounted on 3/4 inch risers.|
|the east wall in the gallery|
I call this "Something from nothing"; it's about the negative space. The piece on the right is
"Close one eye and it's you", because the face is a mirror, and the viewer is in the artwork.
|I like making these pressmolded leaf pieces- The space for glaze is deep enough to hold a lot of glaze. I pour in one color, then wait until it dries and flakes, then add at least one more glaze. You get a nice variegated effect.|
|The south wall of the gallery. I meant to go there at night to get better pictures, but didn't get to it.|
|I had fun making the Welcome sign, but apparently nobody wanted it for their front door. People did enjoy my flattened beach ball.|