Thursday, May 07, 2009

Demos



Here is a bad photo of all the demos I've done so far for this workshop. Well, the bottom left painting is one I did after class one day, but a couple people watched so I included it. They are all sold. FYI: My email has been completely messed up since I got here - I'm not getting any OR able to send any. So you know, in case you wrote me and I didn't write back.

10 comments:

Jo Castillo said...

Maybe the lack of email is good. Looks and sounds like you are having fun. That is a beautiful place to do it!

Laurel Alanna McBrine said...

Wish I were there!

Perry Brown said...

Wow 19 students for the week! You must be exhausted. Your demos look amazing.

Steve sculpts critters said...

Great demo's!
I bought my favorite ever hat in Sedona and lost it at a railway station in England.
Oh well.
You gonna do any outdoor demo's?

Jennifer Bellinger said...

Hi Carol, Boy..are you a busy woman! I love the coffee cup/plate compostion..very strong. Congratulations on your huge accomplishment..your book! I think if more people would take your example of getting along with a perceived competitor/enemy the world would get along just fine. Ah ha, there is your topic for book two..How to Achieve Global Peace!

James Parker said...

Hi Carol, I just dropped by, via Susan Carlin's, via Jo Castillo, who had just came to my blog from the article I had on Empty Easel today (March 8). A native Texan, living in Costa Rica for the past 3 years, I just moved back (Marble Falls). I've been browsing you work, which is excellent. Drop by if you have a chance. P.S. I looked for a follower button.:-)

Jeremy Elder said...

I love the yellow underpainting on the bottom right one. The colors really vibrate.

Paula Villanova said...

I really like all of these but I love how they all look as a collection!

Diane White said...

There is something about your pears that always catch my eye. Someday I must have one! Sorry I missed this one. I visited Sedona a few weeks ago for the first time, fell in love with the place. It must be wonderful to teach there. What a wonderful place for a workshop.

Dean Grey said...

Carol!

I love seeing your demo paintings all lined up together!

Quite neat!

Love the lower left painting of the apples and vase the best, but the one with the empty mug and bowl rules too!

-Dean