Laurel and Dan’s Homestead







It has been a long while since I last posted. The summer was busy with Travel and the fall with teaching. It is now Thanksgiving break and I have been firing kilns for the end of semester push. Now I am at my desk  trying to catch up. My deeds have a difficult time keeping up with my intentions  The following are pictures mostly from an impromptu reunion at Laurel and Dan’s homestead and Dan’s studio. The paintings and Sculptures Are Dan’s. The paper mache and prints are Laurels. I apologize in advance for the poor photographs of these amazing works which I think are still worth looking at.IMG_7546 IMG_7557 IMG_7558 IMG_7562 IMG_7564 IMG_7566 IMG_7569 IMG_7572 IMG_7577 IMG_7580 IMG_7587

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 Earlier in the Summer in South Georgia:

This is one of my works done this past summer. It is a replacement peice meant to replace the work sold from my thesis exhibit that was part of my Chymical Wedding Series. The process is collaged drawings on a wooden panel.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Here is an image of my study at home as I left it in late summer to make the long trek to Brownsville Texas. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAnd In Brownsville TX:

This is one of my resent collages of a more personal nature called: Just past the 50 Mile Mark.5_17_14 018And here is an image from my office when My daughter Miranda visited us last Christmas Holidays Holding up one of my clay masks.