This morning, I also finished an article for American Craft (slated to run in the June/July issue) about the Society for Contemporary Craft's biennial exhibition Transformation 8. For the article, I had a chance to interview Raphael Prize winning jewelry designer Meghan Patrice Riley.
Instead of a substantial post right now, I'll save that for later, since Michael and I will be seeing the Oscar-nominated animated shorts in Pittsburgh's Harris Theatre tonight. In the meantime, some pictures:
|Exhibit A: Yellow Cupcakes with Rootbeer Frosting|
|Exhibit C: In the basement studio is the calla lily box. |
This is the top, coated with sealer.
|Exhibit D: More of the calla lily box without its drawers. Um, ha! Funny.|
Apologies. I do have a childish sense of humor...frequently.
|Exhibit E: 4 of the 6 calla lily box drawers, sealed with a first |
coat of varnish
|A new watercolor, colored pencil, and ink illustration, part of a new series.|
I'm not totally excited by how it turned out, but it's part of
this autodidact's illustration curriculum