This lucky creature had the honor of appearing at the Krab Jab Studio (Seattle, WA) in artist Allen Williams' wonderful show, "Summoned." The show has a closing reception Oct. 31, 2014, 6-9 pm.
"Si j'étais le Petit Prince" -- If I were the Little Prince -- after Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's famous and enchanting title character in Le Petit Prince. About 14" tall, in Premier air-dry clay, painted with acrylics.
In 1934 when my father and his two sisters were small, my grandfather Samuel Rogers, novelist and professor of French, won the "$10,000. Atlantic Prize" award for one of his books, Dusk at the Grove. Instead of doing something normal, he took his family to live in Paris for a year. He had driven an ambulance in France during WW I, and loved the country dearly. The photographs of my father as a child that long-ago year in Paris inspired the piece above... oh time, oh absence. Darn it.
At last, a bit of a start over on the How-to page... Just a few thoughts on using Kato Polyclay:
Any thoughts from you will be most welcome! :)
Turns out that I'll be helping review 3-D portfolios at Spectrum Fantastic Art Live (May 9-11, 2014, Kansas City, MO). Most honored, and will bring my brain. I'm so eager to see all the remarkable work that's bound to be there -- lots and lots of it!
Friends, here's more info on the 3-D portfolio reviews, and how to sign up, from the folks at SFAL3:
3D PORTFOLIO REVIEWS will be held at Spectrum Fantastic Art Live this May 10th in Kansas City, MO. www.sfalkc.com
Wed. April 9 at 12 noon Central Time Zone will be when sign-ups open for portfolio reviews at the Spectrum Live website on the NEWS page.
Each person is limited to 2 reserved spots (to try to give everyone a chance) and we'll see about setting up a hotline here on Wed. morning.
Giving 3D portfolio reviews will be, Tim Bruckner, Forest Rogers, Virginie Ropars, J. Anthony Kosar, Dan Chudzinksi, Brandon Shiflett and Jarrod Shiflett.
(It looks like who's reviewing has shifted a little -- though happily we still have Shifletts!)
WIP in medium NSP Chavant clay -- Baba Yaga's Chicken, done in one of the superb classes at AnatomyTools.com. Jordu Schell and Andrew Cawrse were teaching, a couple of years back. That was enormous fun and great experience -- highly recommended. Just dug these snapshots out:
Be sure to check out AnatomyTools -- great workshops, supplies and anatomical reference figures:
If I figure out how, I'll post some of the wonderful artist videos Tim Bruckner has put together to represent Spectrum Fantastic Art Live 3 (SFAL3) May 9-11, 2014. But alas! I'm not quite sure how to do it. So, here's a link to Tim's FaceBook page, where you will find those and also of course Tim's own fabulous work!
Also, there will be a 3-D portfolio review opportunity at SFAL3, with some of the best offering their thoughts:
... for a nice backdrop.
Special thanks to everybody who took a look at the auction, watched or bid! :) Very much appreciated!!
She's a bit under 8" tall, in Kato Polyclay, silk and ramie fiber. It's fun to be back on the eBay venue, after a long, long absence! :) The auction ends Sunday night, Feb. 23, USA Pacific time. If you wanna see:
About 15" tall, in Kato Polyclay, with garnets and wood. I'm thinking of doing a limited edition of this one...
A Fairy Herald, underway. She's in Premier air-dry clay, with washi paper:
This head is will be for a jointing class Pat Lillich will teach next summer at NIADA's conference, and then for my first effort at a ball jointed doll. I plan to have fun! The head's about 2 1/8" high, in Kato Polyclay. She'll go to resin when she's finished...
Thank you, weibo.com Visitors!! :)
I'm honored to be included in this show!
My take on a Goblin Spider will be joining the festivities: