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Scavenged political sign frames were used for the arms in "Tweetily Dee".
Quotes from tweets were taken from ones which were sent out since taking office. Seven coats of polyurethane over the tweets!
Acrylic paint used on both "She's come undone" and "Tweetily Dee".
Motivation for these projects came from Riverside Artists Gallery's upcoming Found Object exhibit opening Friday, Aug 4 during First Friday in Marietta.
Red, the cat. A source of inspiration.
Other artists present were Ginny Killian, Lynda Rhodes, Karol Goldstein and Alan Norris.
The day started out chilly with a little drizzle which didn't bother me but challenged the painters at times. Pictures are thanks to Janet Chase.
This is one of the toad houses. Another one has an owl on top and a third has a squirrel.
Will be using some engobes and washes on these after the bisque firing.