She currently doesn’t have anything for sale but you have to check out this site. I love her art a lot. I think it would brighten up any corner of anyone’s home. http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=6891716 This willow is intriguing. This one is called: We are so lucky…don’t you love that? “Evening Hymn”
Go to Dan May’s Flickr set to see more of his remarkable work: http://www.flickr.com/photos/danmay/3119447510/in/set-72157609609169790/
I love miniatures. I love looking into dollhouses and seeing teeny tiny things. I am a nurse but originally went for dental hygiene. As odd as it may seem, I wanted to be a dental hygienist so I could work with those tools in a small space like the mouth. I’ve asked my dentist for old scalers so I can have them at home. (Tim uses them for sculpting). They were sterilized, by the way! I have one in the junk drawer and I love having to take it out because I need to get into some tiny area or crevice. Another odd thing is that I have had dreams since as far back as I can remember and still to this day about having miniature people and animals. I liked Gulliver’s Travels and The Indian in the Cupboard very much. I also love detail. I love Alice in Wonderland because there was so much to look at and think about. This artist, Camille Allen, sculpts these teeny tiny baby “dolls” which, to me, are …
Bruce Metclaf is a jewlery maker/metal artist/writer. The following are some of his works form the 90’s. Go to his website (below) for more recent work. I like this style the best. I think his work is curious, quirky and maybe a little disturbing. I like small artwork for some reason, miniatures, or scenes with a lot of different things going on. I believe all of these are brooches. website: http://www.brucemetcalf.com/index.htmlblog: blog: http://www.brucemetcalf.com/blog/index.php Pewter Peanut with box.
Do You know the work of Souther Salazar? I love his tiny sculptures the best. I love his creativity and imaganation. I imagine him having fun creating these characters with detailed stories to go with each piece. Enjoy! FeeFee Slurpy Mixed media 2 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches Lightbulb Balloon (orange) Mixed media 6 x 3 x 2 inches The Day We Escaped Mixed media 3 1/2 x 3 x 6 inches Bartholomew Mixed media 4 x 3 x 3 inches A Retired Cleaner of Attics Mixed media 3 x 5 x 2 inches images from here: http://jonathanlevinegallery.com/?method=Exhibit.OpeningPhotoDetail&ExhibitID=01B23A1C-115B-5562-AAFB8563997BB1AE&idx=16 Memory of a Giant Mixed media and collage on panel 5 x 4 feet Images of Salazar is his studio from here: http://alexnoriegasketchblog.blogspot.com/2007_09_01_archive.html Salazar’s MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/southersalazar Interview with Salazar: http://www.fecalface.com/SF/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=301&Itemid=92 I think this might be my favorite Salazar painting. Lastly, flickr images- these were done for the magazine Juxtapoz. T gets this magazine. It is so cool. http://www.flickr.com/photos/aliciajrose/sets/72157603991422001/
Dressers Bed T’s artwork above our bed. (He installed the lights!) Sinks Bathroom View from my side of the bed Our recently organized closet! TV area – to either side is where we park our work bags and jackets. T’s stuff is on the left and mine is on the right My newly started nature collection that sits on top our dresser. I already had the bird feather. It is from the pigeon we raised named Paul. When we found Paul he could barely hold his head up. He was a juvenile here- He wouldn’t fly away yet. Still to come- my makeup table. I took some pictures today of our living room and dining room for another post!
How is your Saturday going? It is in the 80’s today! T and T2 both have to work today. :( T has an art show for his students. He had an inservice yesterday. His school had an artist by the name of Junya Shao come in to talk and give a demonstration. She specializes in making tea pots. She gave each of the teachers a wonderful gift! This is the teacup made by one of her students that T received. I love the lid. Junya Shao is a famous international ceramic artist. She uses the Zisha clay (Purple clay)which is a natural product, traditional tools and slab technique to handmake her teapots. She transforms a thin paddled slab into a perfectly symmetrical form. The roots of this ancient technique date back 1000 years to the Song Dynasty. Working from the foundation, her works are contemporary expressions of own ideas about color and form. She also like to make some teapots that emulate objects of nature, creating a space for contemplation during the drinking of tea, to original purity and simplicity, to rediscover …