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Friday, February 19, 2021

New Red House Show

On Feb. 15 I dropped off a couple of pieces of pottery for the next show that the Red House Gallery will be hosting.


This is the Cat and Mouse Teapot.


I call this the Venus Vase.

And on Friday Feb 19, I received a phone call that a member of the SVFAL had purchased each of my pieces, but she'll leave them on display until I bring some other work in to replace them. That's wonderful for me...but now I have to look around for some other pots (of which I have plenty) which meet the requirement of showing something living. I'm thinking some of my tree sculptures would be good!


"Living Things"
 


This exciting exhibit will showcase work embracing the realm of Living Things. Plants, animals, and people may be used as a source to inspire your entries. Still life, landscape, or portraits in all mediums are encouraged!

Looking forward to celebrating 2021 with our members’ glorious interpretations derived from the bounty of living things!

This show will be displayed in the Red House Gallery and will also be offered on-line as a Virtual Show.  Once again, you will be able to share the Virtual Show link with friends and patrons, anywhere!
Hours are 11-4 Friday - Sundays

8 comments:

  1. ...I hope that the show is a success.

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    1. Thanks, me too. I just added to my post (Sat. noonish) that I've sold both these pieces already...so need to replace them. I'm very happy about that.

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    1. Thanks so much Suzi. I had thought I'd keep it for myself, but I've got another one that has damage which cannot be sold, so I'm ok.

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  3. beautiful work, love the tones, almost like sepia in photos, hope it goes well

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    1. Thanks, Linda. I was surprise when the sepia tones came out...from using a black wash then painting a thin coat of clear over it. If I didn't put the clear on, I think it stays in grey tones. The black wash is just from Stroke N Coat black glaze.

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  4. Beautiful teapots (and the dragon jar from an earlier post!)--and congratulations on the sales!

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    1. Thank you Shari: So happy that you've seen several works that your liked.

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