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AEDM 2014, art, sculpture

AEDM 29: Raku! Masks!

Tammy | November 29, 2014 | 0 Comments
This is the raku mask I posted yesterday but in better light for photographing and you can see the colors MUCH better, but the copper isn’t as glittery..     Raku Angels and a Masked Mask that I cleaned up but will finish for tomorrow.  …
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AEDM 2014, art, sculpture

AEDM 28: Raku – Raven Dreams a World

Tammy | November 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
I will have the rest of the masks up tomorrow, but I’m so happy with this one that I’m sharing it for today.  You can see more about the genesis of Raven Dreams a World here.  And I’m delighted to say that we figured out unequivocally that…
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AEDM 2014, art

AEDM 14: Masks!

Tammy | November 14, 2014 | 0 Comments
Today’s offering, quicky as I want to go write, is two masks for upcoming raku classes – 2:  one with a group and one with just one girlfriend, same teacher, Ray Bogle, who is amazing with raku and I’m hoping I’ll learn some of his…
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aedm 2012, art, Artists

Dale Chilhuly 2012 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Tammy | November 10, 2012 | 2 Comments
Since I spent a good deal of time today ordering photographs from this exhibit (you can see all of them in my Facebook Album)  I’m offering them as today’s art for Art Every Day Month.  I did create a quick magic marker/crayon drawing but the…
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art, Art and Life, Artists, Doesn't Fit Anywhere Category, Dreams, Intentions, intentions dreams and vision

Top Ten from Pinterest

Tammy | August 7, 2012 | 1 Comment
Ok – this is MY top ten .  And if you think 10 is actually enough, then you’ve never been on Pinterest and you don’t have a creative bone in your body. Pinterest is safe hoarding for artists -as if we don’t hoard in our creative spaces…
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art, Art and Life, Power

What Do You Value? Money and Commerce vs Beauty and Art

Tammy | July 31, 2012 | 1 Comment
The following is from American Craft magazine’s editorial in the aug/sept 2012 issue. “A wealthy investor named Edward Conard has a term for people he thinks aren’t contributing enough to the economy:  He calls them ‘art history majors.’…
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