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





Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Journeys

White Bird, Green Boot
22" x 6" x 4"
ceramic, terra sigillata, engobes, glazes
(sold)

We are having warm days, no fog.  Perfect for painting walls.  Of remembering, too.  I have a kerchief wrapped around my hair to protect it from splattering paint. Instead my face is freckled in neutral hues of grays, greens and mocha. Herr laughs when he sees me.  I hear a dove fluttered outside the window, making squeaky noises, landing clumsy at the bird feeder. Then smiling, head shaking, Herr admonishes me for not wearing shoes climbing up a ladder.  You must wear shoes, Momo, for your safety.  All I can find are garden boots and one brown sock.  We are moving soon and things are not in their usual place. 




Storyteller was sold to travelers from Australia.  It is a good feeling to know that this piece will journey to a faraway land and become a part of someone's home and story. 




Monday, June 22, 2015

Hue and Cry over Purple


To Market To Market...
Painting over my purple wall.
Using an old brush and primer
Have to have a last hoorah
Before the promised priming

Now the wall is a finished
    a quiet neutral hue
No one would ever know
there once was a giant bird here
shouting in purple delight

this artist
found
that painting large
was more fun
than priming any wall.
(and a plain wall more marketable than one of my
paintings)

Off I go to neutralize
more things...back tomorrow.


Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Point of Intersection in a Storyteller's Journey






It all started with a key found without a lock.
 
and dreams of a white fox (or puppy?)

 

 There are toes.  Fancy free with black polish.

And a bowl with a bit of 23 kt. gold leaf.
It doesn't look shiny in this photo, but it is very shiny in person.
Like spun gold.
Oh, I mustn't forget to mention the hat.  Why a silly hat?  
It completed the look. And she insisted. 
X marks the spot . Or is it a dot?
Meanings apparent and left up to you.
the past, the present and future combined 
Storyteller's Journey


Sold



Tuesday, June 9, 2015

The Package of Patience


Packing day.
Should have named this piece, Patience.
 

Trying to work out new business cards and get to the print shop.

 figured out how to package these (sold)

Got things inventoried, packed and delivered for upcoming invitational: 


  

 Good company, good wine (this town is in the heart of wine country) and best of all---good art! 
 


 



Monday, June 1, 2015

When is a Rabbit not a Fox?



Herr said, "But that's a fox not a rabbit" when he peeked at the above jpeg.  But life in my studio is just like that---sometimes things happen along the way and rabbits become foxes. Just like a good quirky folk tale.
Charlene Doiron Reinhart

A Fox with Eight Calla Lilies
16"  x 6" x 4"
Earthenware, terra sigillata, engobes


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