Saturday, June 06, 2009

Mo' Plaster

One more for the day. I'm anxious to work larger but for now I just need samples for my class in July. I used the same approach on this one as the last one; meant to take the torch to it but think I'll do that before I go to bed tonight. Anyway, here it is. This time I made the photo of the finished piece larger so you can see the detail if you click on it.

This is what I started with. I'm so into this that I signed up for a 4 day plaster painting class that starts on Wednesday of this week. I'm sure another artist will have her own techniques to share; Pat Wheeler is the instructor and I'm looking forward to meeting her. Mmmm, staying in a motel and painting all day for 4 days; can I take it? hee hee. I think I can. Nothing I love more than being in the classroom, equally as a student or teacher.

This is a midway point in the work on this piece. I'm all excited to pack up my bags again and head on over to the beach; I'll post from there and take lots of photos for you.

Okay, back to the studio to start the next one. This one will get the big torch burn. Show you the results next time.


Cindy Woods said...

These are fabulous, Judy! Can't wait to have you here in July--it's going to be a great class! xo

Carla Sonheim said...

Oh, my. They are SWEET!!

Lynn Cohen said...

So interesting to explore an area of art I know nothing about...except through your blog.
Thanks for being my teacher from afar.

Candace said...

Fantastic! Am looking forward to reading/seeing more.
Candace in Athens.

Seth said...

This series is so amazing to me Judy. The combination of the surface and the colors is making me want to jump into the computer screen and see it in person! I can do that, right?

Chris said...

oh, come ON!! How can these all be from one board? This is a tapestry, baby! I can't wait for the next post. When I am catching up it's like getting to see all episodes of the series on one DVD right away! no Commercials!

i think the wax is affecting my consciousness..