Or maybe the Giant James and the Peach. I narrowly escaped drool taking this photo.
I’m still working on my bass competency. I got this electric bass for my birthday. It is fretted, unlike my acoustic bass, so it’s easier to stay in tune.
This piece got into the inaugural “Off Center” ceramic competition at the Blue Line Gallery. The jurors were Bob Brady and Sandy Simon. It will be on display beginning April 15 through May something. As suggested by the juror of the last show I was in, I have made pedestals for these pieces.
Daniel loves birds and tells many stories about ravens. I thought it would be funny to have the raven tell stories about him.
This piece will be at the E Street Gallery for their annual “Capitol Clay Invitational.” I made a pedestal for this one, too.
It illustrates a dissolution of identity.
I’m making some tokens for this year’s show to help raise money for the E Street Gallery. I’ve got three days to finish them! Yikes!
A lot of disparate items to fire together.
I’m donating these dogs to the E Street. Hopefully, someone will want them.
Dana came to see his bust in the park on Saturday, March 18. Later that day, some recorder players showed up for Play the Recorder Day. Here we are.
Still haven’t heard from the Crocker about the auction piece.
Jim assisted Mark Oldland and me installing a new bench at the Post Office. Everyone seems to love it. So far. I’ll be painting the side plugs burgundy this weekend. Mark fabricated it, but he still blames it on me.
I’m working on a yard art piece for a friend. Mirrors will be added.
You can tell a reasonable human being by the way they relate to non-humans.
Finally, he is working hard to be more self-sufficient. Message to all: Feed Yourself.