Trio completed…

Last time I posted a photo of three cuties that I had just finished sculpting so today I'm posting a photo of what they look like after being glaze fired. They each have a "partner" waiting to join them on the shelf and one of them has a whole family waiting for him!!

and in case you forgot, here's the before photo....

I just love the way these came out and while I am ready to get back to house construction to fill my empty post Christmas  shelves up, I will most likely keep creating small sculptures such as these for the pure joy of it!!

So stinkin’ cute!!

For day 27 of AEDM I give you 3 little guys that are so stinkin' cute I laugh out loud when I look at them!!

Can't wait to see them when they are finished!! I made each one of them to go with another already completed critter.


Well, at long last I have finished my second wood pallet art piece! I made all these mini ceramic busts of different men and I had an idea for a brick sided apartment building. Then I thought of the old time YMCA buildings where they housed only men so that became the name for this piece. Here we have a glimpse into the rooms of the surfer dude with his muscular physique and his posters on the wall, the professor in his smoking jacket and bow tie lounging in his extensive library, the artist with his red beret in a loft-like room with a brick wall full of his paintings, the bare chested nature lover looking out his bathroom window with the shower in the background and lastly, the pastor in his clerical garb saying his prayers in front of stained glass windows..It was fun to design this piece and work on the separate parts but as with any multi faceted art installation it was a real challenge to put it all together! But like my first pallet piece, it is fun to look at all the details and it really makes me smile....

let's peek into Pierre's loft....

Here are the two pallets side by side

I have one more of these small pallets and already have a design in mind for it so stay tuned!!

In the Christmas Spirit….

I guess you can tell by my latest creations that I am in Christmas mode here. I love my little melty snowmen and animals. Can't you see those snowmen on your shelf for the holidays? What fun to find a "Little Luvs" critter in the toe of your stocking!! 

Sweet faces

A few new sweet faces ready to be bisque fired. I'm enjoying creating these little critters just in time for Christmas giving!!

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