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All Things Owls

July 15th, 2020

All Things Owls

I have started making ceramic owls from my drawings.
I have made figurines as seen in my photo.
I am working on a project of owl heads that is shaping up nicely.
I am incorporating owls into my ceramic bowls and cylinders.
I will begin the process of photographing the individual works soon.

Thank you for checking out my owls!

More Owls

April 28th, 2020

Staying at home has brought me back to drawing and I am drawing owls. I suppose this is my pandemic project. I am taking photos in the neighborhood on our afternoon walks but the beaches and parks are closed so I am not taking as many photos as I usually do. So my collection of owls is growing! Please check them out.

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March 25th, 2020


Please check out my collection of Owls.
I am creating owls in clay and these are my drawings before the sculptures are started.
I will post the final sculptures as they are fired. Of course, with our stay at home orders, I have to wait to deliver my work to the pottery studio.
But it is great to have something to obsess about besides COVID-19.
Stay safe, stay healthy and stay creative!
Thanks for stopping by!

New Collection of Sea Shacks

January 25th, 2020

New Collection of  Sea Shacks

Sea shacks are full of beach nostalgia of a time gone by. These houses have weather worn shingles, no insulation and usually are a very modest size. They are lovely reminders of summers spent barefoot and on the beach from Memorial Day until Labor Day. Or of the fishermen who work so hard to bring in the daily catch. They also remind us that all things must pass, nothing stays the same so it is nice to stop and appreciate what we have. Or had.

Life is a beach! Enjoy it while we are here.

Be sure to click on the more information link to view the whole collection.

Statuary at the Crane Estate at Castle Hill, Ipswich, Massachusetts

December 29th, 2019

Statuary at the Crane Estate at Castle Hill, Ipswich, Massachusetts

I photographed some interesting statuary, worn by the salty sea air on the coast of New England. It was a very nice day in December and the ocean was a very deep blue.

The Crane Estate was the summer home of Richard Crane, who made his fortune selling plumbing supplies at the turn of the 20th Century, and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1998. The statues are found at the Italian and Rose Gardens and on the wavy casino leading down to the ocean.

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February 16th, 2019

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