Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Here I am again, after all these months. And this is the last of the first three sculptures I did when I started in that medium. Where have I been? Nowhere. Here, in the studio. But my computer went on strike. I was able to keep it going enough to do email and web surfing and handle some daily business, but it would not let me add images to this blog. Most frustrating. So it has to go back to the computer man soon, but somehow my niece, Sarah, who is visiting, figured out a temporary way to post the images. So here we are.
In the meantime, I have produced many new sculpture pieces, mostly cats, and am about to offer them to the downtown San Antonio gallery. Let's hope they like them. And let's hope Sarah figures out my problem with this computer so that I can continue to post images without her. I have many plein air pieces which are awaiting posting too, so there is a lot to catch up on.
This horse is fired clay, about 8 inches tall. It is painted to look bronze and is unmounted. It is full of action, which is the best I can say for it as the features are somewhat exaggerated, but it's kind of fun.
I hope I am soon back to you with more images of the art production of the past few months.