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Sculpt a Dragon
Saturday, April 8, 10 AM – 3 PM
I have a few pieces in a show down by the University of Rhode Island. You can see two of my relief sculptures on display at the CourtHouse Center for the Arts starting tonight – my raven, and The Highlander, a piece which I haven’t exhibited before.
One day is both more and less time than I thought. I can do so much more if I use every minute, and don’t procrastinate or worry about what to make and how it’s going to come out, and whether […]
But we did fly out the very next day on vacation to St. Thomas – where even when it rains for 10 minutes you end up with a rainbow.
So, as a wrap-up… This is everything I’ve made this month.
I think I’ve learned a few things too… And not just about using pan pastels. I want to think about that a bit more and I’ll post some thoughts later.
But all in all, I’m really glad I did it. It was […]
6×6″ dragon colored with pan pastels then highlighted with Pearlex mica powders.
So now… I am officially done with the challenge!
I’ll post a wrap up later on but I made it
It’s not painted yet, but it is baked now.
This was a fun one since I really didn’t have anything in mind other than a dragon. It was probably working on the sea turtle that made me think of a water dragon.
The interesting thing is that it didn’t turn out much like a dragon… I started […]
For the first time during this challenge, I’m invoking my flexibility rule. I still didn’t finish my piece today, but it was going so well, I didn’t want to rush it or take a break and work on something else.
And since the whole point of this challenge is to be more creative and […]