I recently made over 75 new pottery stamps. They are just leaving the kiln now and are ready for me to play with.
This past spring, I felt a tremendous gratification from the pottery pieces that bared my own designs. They felt really personal. Taking what I learned from then, I have a better idea of what I want now. This time I created a lot more stamps of larger leaves and petals, insects and butterflies as well as a bunch of different kinds of fish.
I look forward to creating my very own wonderlands!
Do you remember me?
Last, I was working on this painting. That was June 20th. The last day of school for my kids.
That painting is sitting exactly where I left it on June 20th. Maybe, just maybe I will get to finish it now that the kids are back in school!
So much happened over the summer that I didn’t have the opportunity to blog. My last post was dated August 2nd! Subsequent to that post, I taught 3 weeks of pottery camp and then marched right into teaching adult painting classes this fall. I feel like the universe is spinning so fast, I am desperately holding on by my pinky fingers!
Here’s a summary of the projects we did with over 60 pottery campers:
Just because the three weeks of teaching pottery camp were over, didn’t mean pottery camp was over for us instructors. We had to fire and glaze over 600 of their pots. Needless to say, that took the following three weeks moving us right into Labor Day.
If that wasn’t enough, I was invited to my first member’s invitational. What an honor to have my art displayed in such a beautiful gallery (The show is running until October 13th)!
I also carved out some time to devote to my own art-making. Hopefully now that I summed up the past month, I can start posting on a more regular basis!
Here’s to the slower winter months! Please dear Lord! ;)