Crows & Houses

January 28, 2015

My finished wax crow from Stephanie's Hand-Formed Simple Sculpture class.
I love this beast.
He is ever so tactile and weighty and substantial.
I *get* sculpture!

And work in progress ... though almost complete ... Sacred Mouse House.
The second in my Crows & Houses 2015 theme.




Obviously more house, less crow, In this one!

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9 comments

  1. WHOA ... do I LOVE these !!
    And what, pray tell, have you done to this blog? swear I must live in a cave, cannot keep up with all your doings / changes ;>] Looks terrif.

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    1. Thanks Miss Sweetpea. I'm having fun exploring/experimenting w/plaster!
      hahaha ... I'm always mucking around w/blog design, it's my "whiling away my time" activity. How's YOUR redesign coming along?!?

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    2. sigh. Still in my head ... need to put fingers to keyboard and press "Change" ... but feeling fairly clear about the *new look* ;>]] Sure like how clean yours is !

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  2. My goodness, these are awesome! I wish I could hold the crow in my own hand....it just invites you to reach out to hold it. Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you Michele ... for your kind words ... for visiting!
      The crow really does have a certain heft to it that begs to be touched, coddled, stroked!

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    1. Thank you Carol. I'm having much fun exploring plaster within my yearlong theme. Just the right mix of open ended and confinement!

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  4. Jen, you continually delight and amaze me! (ooh two Carols in a row!)

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    1. Thanks Second Carol In A Row! ;)
      As a potter I'm sure you can appreciate the tactility (word? is now!) of plaster.
      And it suits my "let's get this show on the road" nature to a "T"!

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