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Girl w/ponytail porcelain

2.5 x 3.5 x 1.75 in
With the stand she is 8.5 in

One of the ones I’m sure is dry enough to fire. I’ll probably make a different stand for her. 7 more words


Girl Sitting

Girl Sitting
5 x 3.25 x 4 in
12.7 x 8.3 x 10.2 cm

Just another little girl I did in polymer while I’m waiting for the porcelain to dry. 14 more words


Win Big at Dayton's Scavenger Hunt!

Who doesn’t love a scavenger hunt?

By the time we’re old enough to get really good at it, however, they’re difficult to find — but not in Dayton, WA! 467 more words


Featured Artist: Henry Moore

Having survived the horror of the World War I trenches as a teenager, celebrated English sculptor Henry Moore (1898–1986) continued to respond to the dramatic historical events he witnessed throughout his lifetime. 223 more words

Cold War

Laura Moriarty - Rosendale, New York

Briefly describe the work you do.

Considering strata as historical formations, I make freestanding sculptural paintings comprised of layers of pigmented beeswax. Resonating with the geologic, these hybrid objects are created through processes such as erosion, compression, friction, and enfolding. 1,140 more words


Working with fabric

Like always, I was wandering if its possible to “freeze” the fabric. After experimenting with mixtures of concrete,glue and colours I started bathing the fabric and when I left it to dry to my surprise it had obtained the form I left it to dry on. 42 more words