Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Wonder's Key


Wonder's Key
19" x 6" x 2"
Ceramic, terra sigillata, underglazes, glazes
23kt gold leaf


my laptop's keyboard went kaput--this is the second one keyboard
i have a portable keyboard on top of this one
i keep hitting the enter key instead of shift (the arrows keep getting in the way, too)
so i decided i am done
with trying
to capitalize

and now will count my blessings instead





8 comments:

  1. I hope one day to see one of your sculptures in person, I am always amazed at how much you accomplish.

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    1. Maybe some day I will be in a show out that way. I would like that.

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  2. Hi, Charlene. Incredibly beautiful work as always, and like Linda, I would love to experience the sculptures in real life. My tablet pc has developed a strange affliction with the on-screen keboard. It takes two, three, four presses just to get a letter "t" which does rather slow down my typing!

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    1. Hello, Mark and thank you. I am using my tablet until I get my new laptop. It may be the letter t is taking a vacation? I think my keyboard took all the letters off on a side trip to the virtual Netherlands. They are checking windmills and sipping coffee ☺



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  3. Who needs capital letters anyway? This piece is very interesting. Who holds the key to her wonders?

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    1. Yeah...the lowercase letters don't get enough credit for the enormous amount work they do! And they carry on without the capitals and they are so easy going. They are wonders ☺

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  4. Magnifique! Truly. She is dreamy.
    And, the glimpse of clouds takes my breath away!

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    1. my apologies for such a late reply...we have had little fog which is unusual...but blue skies and clouds they do unlock the heart and make it soar!

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