A nice young man entered an art contest for which he had very little time to prepare. His mother brought him to me and we worked first in a clay sculpture and then with acrylic. He brought a nice picture of an old rock structure in a field with hills in the distance. Since he had very little experience with painting I showed him how to water down the paint and out on washes of background shapes. This is a very shape driven painting. My eyes first land on the triangle if green field and then to the house. He left to finish his painting. I couldn’t leave mine undone so had to finish it up. May you win that contest Joel. You are an artist!
Since I’m thinking of all my art right now as backgrounds for my owls.., talked a few into posing in front. Of course they had no choice.
Who knew that there could be six dozen owls in a 2 1/2 pound bucket of Crayola air dry clay? That and there were probably also a couple I molded and had to throw out as well as a little pig and a newborn pig and a newborn horse. All were under 2 inches tall.
My craft supply store did not have any more Crayola products in the clay section so I got some new Clay and I hope it’s as good to work with as the Crayola.
The last of the owls. Drumroll …