Monthly Archives: November 2011

Steamer Ship and Animal Passengers -front section completed!

This is the way the front section of my steamer ship looks tonight with animal passengers aboard! This cruise ship is a collective creation!   I invited the enthusiastic assistance of 28 Fourth Graders from Norwood School where I am … Continue reading

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Steamer ship’s rear section glazed and ready for re-firing.

Glazing a multi color ceramic relief like this summons all my patience and challenges my attention to stay on task! Today, I persuaded myself to complete the multi-layered glazing process on this section of my ship by watching on my computer, two … Continue reading

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Steamer, front section: Re-fired!

Gradually, my vision is materializing for this ceramic installation and the front section of the steamer ship is completed! This photo illustrates the third stage in the linear development of this high-relief sculpture:  The glazed re-firing process with the colorful … Continue reading

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Steamer: Front Section -Glazed & Ready 4-Firing!

Apologies for being out of the grid lately and, for not publishing anything new on this blog for a few days! I must clarify it is not lack of interest but, the overwhelming creativity unable to keep pace with production … Continue reading

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Cruise liner -back section- in my Odyssey of my art.

There is an inherent sense of urgency for me when creating a work of art with clay in multiple sections.  That sense of urgency is timing -sustaining the flow of the creative process and ideally, drying  and firing all the … Continue reading

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