This piece I started probably 5 or 6 years ago, and then finally finished it for the first dream art exhibit at the Poudre River Arts Center Main Gallery, a show that I organized. It was based on a dream that I had the night before I went to see my friend in the hospital.
This clay sculpture is about 15 or 16 inches tall and it’s my attempt to create a Henry Moore-esque piece, to express the feelings of a dream I had while my daughter was preparing to go away to college. The details of the dream were’t very clear when I woke up and I mostly remembered
This piece was created to express the feeling and experience of a dream I had probably 2 years ago. It was a dream of me standing at the edge of a balcony, looking down at the room below. The railing breaks away because I think I was climbing up on it, to try to launch
These pieces were created to express a dream: I am walking in this dark place, I hear trickling water, but I can’t seem to figure out where it is coming from. I sense a doorway to my right and I look and see it – and it is even darker than the place I’m walking
The Great Mother sculpture has emerged – it is fired and it’s at my Poudre River Arts Center studio, ready to be experimented with. I would like to work with the surface in some way other than glaze. I’m not sure if I will experiment with encaustic paint, oil or acrylic paint, or something else.
I finished mosaicing a stool yesterday. Now it needs to sit for the glue to cure long enough. I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out. The picture featured to the right is the stool ungrouted. I’ll be grouting it with a bright blue and paint the yellow knob a bright blue turquoise. I will
I have 2 ceramic sculptures and several ceramic wall pieces ready to fire. The large sculpture is coil built and the small one is slab built. I think the large ceramic sculpture will be fired on Tuesday of next week. I also went to Mile Hi Ceramics in Denver to buy more clay – 100