"Thinking With Your Hands" is a process oriented drawing workshop on November 15th, 10:30-4:30 in conjunction with my show that opens that day. The next day there will be a talk and gallery walk through at 2:00 on November 16th, 2014. http://gcma.org/contact/
In the mean time, check with Kim Dick, education coordinator, at the Greenville County Museum of Art if you have an interest in this one day workshop and see if you can get on her list. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Just as soon as the official information is put out by the Museum, I will put it on my blog....
My garden!!! Though I have planted many things for fall, lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, radishes, kale, beets, I am still harvesting tomatoes and beans. What a treat that has been or should I say "bean"!
Lily Goldsworthy!!!!!! Watch out Andy!
A new approach to making Wall Pods.
3 views of Pair of Meditation Cups
Some still need one more firing but these are finished - ta da!
I knew Jen had been following my blog when she asked "how did the firing go?" I felt so flattered that I want to share those small meditation pieces after the first firing and in the kiln ready for their second firing...
A commission for the MUSC medical facility in Mt. Pleasant, SC. 2013. One of 5 niches on a long hallway. The work I created for each niche reflected nature, the seasons, renewal, and hope.
The dipper shaped white petals have fallen and the small remaining pods have quadrupled in size!
The new series of 7 half-pods are finished in clay and drying.
The GCMA and I are finalizing details for a 1 day drawing workshop on Saturday, November 15, 2014 to accompany my show that opens the same day at the Greenville County Museum of Art.
The workshop is called "Thinking with your Hands". It is a process oriented drawing workshop designed to help people learn to experience and enjoy drawing as a great way of working out ideas for their work, regardless off medium...
Contact the museum for further details. http://gcma.org/contact/
On the left is the 15th and final Pod to complete a 15 Pod Triangle for the exhibition at the Greenville County Museum of Art on November 16th 2014 - mid-January 2015. A talk will follow at 2:00 on Sunday the 15th and there will be a one day workshop called "Thinking with your Hands" all day that Saturday the 15th. Details on the workshop will be posted soon.
This Pod references our glorious Southern Magnolia Tree in this Triangle and is a must for inclusion in the 15 Pod Triangle. Begin with the stunning beauty of the Southern Magnolia just as a tree with its large evergreen polished leaves. Add to that the multitude of fascinating forms that make up the magnolia, from bud to bloom, to petals, followed by the fuzzy pink and green pod to the protrusion of crimson seeds and on to the handsome crusty black and grey highly textured pod left behind for the winter. Let us not forget that heavy fragrance that permeates the air on neighborhood walks in the heat of the summer...especially at night!