I can’t believe I haven’t posted in months! I’ve been kind of busy but that’s no excuse…we’re finally moved into our house in Leesburg Virginia and my studio is set up and I’ve been working 7 days a week…I’ve got 3 kilns now which allows me to work on several projects at once. I’m also showing at a local co-op called Arts in the Village. My sheep have been joined by some cows (I don’t have a new photo but I’ll have some as soon as I find the moving box with the camera) and I’ll have other farm animals in the coming months…I guess living in the country is having an influence on my art.
The winter is upon us and for those of you who know me, you know what that means: hybernation…I spend as much time at home in the winter as I can – planning my work for the coming year, experimenting with new ideas or techniques, doing studio “housekeeping”, and catching up on my reading. But that doesn’t mean you can’t come for a studio visit if you’re in the area…just drop me a line.