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Anatomy of an Artist Exhibition- Part - 19

Spring is Bursting Early

After a fall on the ice a few weeks ago I found myself put back on the shelf while a broken wrist in my drawing hand was set and is now half way into healing mode. Already well into teaching my painting and art classes, I continued and followed through with my plan to hold figure workshops in April. I now had time on the computer and could manage slowly with my non dominant hand. Pain for two weeks had kept me from doing much work but I was now determined to keep some of the established pace up with whatever activities that I could manage.

Anatomy of an Artist Exhibition- Part - 18

Making Contacts

Anatomy of an Artist Exhibition- Part - 17

Christmas Interruptions

Anatomy of an Artist's Exhbition - part 17

Days of Culture

Anatomy of an Artist's Exhbition - part 16

Conduit to Work on Art

Anatomy of an Artist's Exhbition - part 15

Getting Back Out There

As I continue to bring up my supplies from our old home to add to our new home, I am feeling more settled here and detached from there. This last trip I brought up my waxes in progress so that I can begin to prepare to do some bronze casting again. It has been two years since the furnaces were ramped up for a burn. I have four art pieces on the table waiting on TIG welding and three or four projects in the wax, not to mention a few in the clay mode.

Anatomy of an Artist's Exhbition - part 14

Working and Setting Up in a New Environment

Anatomy of an Artist's Exhibition- part 13

A Challenge and a Gift Project

Anatomy of an Artist's Exhibition- part 12

More Projects on the Table

With the excitement of the finishing touches on our new home, I am exploring the land to get familiar with the territory I will be working in and living. The result is racing my brain into new ideas and prospects for subject matter. I have already incorporated the land into two new projects while I continue to paint on present work and plan to move my materials shortly to the new site. There may be no walls in the studio yet but the prospects of not having to be concerned over neatness has me ready to work even if it is on the floor.

Anatomy of an Artist's Exhibition- part 11

Taking Off in Exploration

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