Friday, April 04, 2008

"Yellow in White" --- SOLD



If ever I am pressed for time, my creative side simply refuses to work. Today I was anticipating company at 2 (I began at 12:30). I used every relaxation technique I know, but all I kept thinking was "oh sh*t, now I only have 63 minutes left" ... and on and on. Well, my company called to cancel at about 1:30 and it was only then I was finally able to relax and paint.

I'd like to put out a little reminder of my upcoming workshops. The soonest is in May, in beautiful Santa Fe, NM. I LOVE New Mexico, especially in spring. This will be my second workshop at Andreeva, and I am really looking forward to it! Check out my entire schedule over to the right. Thanks!

6 comments:

Barbara Pask said...

Carol, Very nice. Interesting angle on this too. Barb

David Westerfield said...

Carol, this is a nice one. You really captured the feeling of glazed ceramic.

Have you posted any demos? I'd like to see the steps of your process.

S.M. Sedwick said...

Really beautiful job on the pitcher. Inspiring!

Diana Moses Botkin said...

Lovely, Carol. Nice angles and the flower is a nice surprise and accent of color in those cozy warm greys.

Looks like vintage Frankoma pottery? I have a similar greenish one that I keep old brushes in.

Laraine Armenti said...

Viewers can't see in the results the emotional struggle that you describe so well. Maybe it's why artists have a reputation for being prickly loners, to protect their creativity. Thanks for sharing the challenges along with your success.

Simon S. Andrews said...

sweet piece and a groovy composition