I realize I haven't updated my blog for an entire month.
I have good excuse. I was busy.
July means one thing in my household, Ann Arbor!
My husband and I both have booths in the Ann Arbor Art Fair and between getting ready for the event and then recovering, the month is pretty well shot.
Besides my beads, I have jewelry and my sculptural work. It is a lot to wrap my head around.
It is strange how things come together sometimes and the universe lines them up in front of you.
Remember my last post about wanting to live in my bead house village? (That is assuming you even read my last post) I had a notion about living in my clay houses. That would require a kiln large enough to fire a dwelling... details! Details!
I did make houses large enough for a fairy or a leprechaun community. Well, I assume they are big enough, not ever seeing either one while I was sober. I can only surmise. Unfortunately this inspiration came a week before the show and I had to work like a crazy person to get them finished. I was very impressed with myself when I opened the kiln. It made me almost slaphappy to see that things actually came out of the kiln better then I had imagined in my head when I was making them.
Along with the houses I was happy overall with my sculptures. I only wish I had more time to explore some ideas. Every little bit I do pushes me forward a little bit and I like the path I'm headed down. If there were only more hours in a day or if had a personal assistant, I could do so much more.
Does anybody want to work for beads?