Doug Birkenheuer photographs my work. He literally brings them to life - seeing them breathing through his lens. Here are a couple of shots from last night's photo shoot.
Adding to my love of sketching with clay, I decided to add to my small 'girls with an attitude' series.
Zena –the Warrior Princess stands proud and confident with her wing firmly and safely attached. Nuts and bolts trail her back as she patiently awaits her second wing, that will allow her to fly into the next chapter in her life.
'Morrigan - Goddess of War' (Great Queen) - 2014 - Collector: Kitty Wanicek
Making more torsos as I dropped off 12 for Studio b gallery's 11th season. I'm adding more and more color to my work and am fascinated with fusing new ways to get clay to look like wood. As I continue my aging series and love of corrosion!
Warrior woman has just entered the bisque phase. And warrior man is home. Very pleased with final results.
An artist can never have too many tools. But sometimes you just have to: 1) buy the perfect toolbox $12 @ Blick. And 2) Clean your tools and 3) throw out rusty crappy paint brushes; broken skewers; etc. Here is a before and after.
Having fun with my Photoshop filters! This is Rose... past work from 2011. Created from life. She would make a great Christmas present I just know it. LMK if you are interested. I am moving past inventory and she needs a home. inbox me: nan