A tall being in Japanese air-dry clay, with tengucho mulberry paper.
Swan Child getting her color, in Premier air-dry clay. Painted with acrylics including Acryla Gouache from Holbein -- a favorite of mine for the air-dry pieces...
Playing with photographing the group -- we need another session, but:
With hope for a more peaceable kingdom all around, kindness and empathy, compassion and the seeing heart.
A piece inspired by the work of Kay Nielsen, whose illustrations I discovered as a small child. In Premier air dry clay, about 14.5 inches tall:
Another wonderful Russian being. I wanted to present her in the act of melting:
Minus the bone fence it now sports...
~ Pablo Neruda