I am starting a new piece – working on figuring out which color to use where – usually I just do a blend – I have asked people to give me their opinions on Facebook – you are welcome to do so here as well. I am working on finishing four new pieces by Jan 1st as to incorporate them into a new catalog that I am working on to promote the ‘Soft Sculptures’. The frame is created by the incomparable Jeremy Bosworth. If you are curious about the process of creating the ‘Hollow Murrine” then see: Hollow Murrine Process I have a video of making this piece on YouTube – Studio Visit with Kait 12/3/10 So I had a number of people respond on facebook about the color combination and I am going with blue on the outside and inside edge and then green in the center of the wings. I enjoy having other people’s input. Finally!!! Finished this piece on 12/8 (2am in the morning!) and here is the finished piece: Not a great shot – will try again soon – onto next piece!
So – I have been working on organizing a catalog of my Soft Sculpture that will be available beginning at the opening of my show at Traver Gallery in April of 2011. I am excited, as I do not have a catalog featuring this work as of yet. There will be images of the finished work as well as a montage of the process of making the glass elements all the way through the making of a whole piece. The written contributions are from Dick Marquis, Stuart Kestenbaum and myself; Sarah Traver will design it. As times are tough I am publishing it on my own, but I am asking everyone to help me! Please check out the KickStarter website and see what it is all about! About the REWARDS. If you pledge your support, expect DELIVERY of the Jewelry and Sea Stone Soft Sculptures at the latest February 7-11th, 2011, three or four weeks after the close of the funding drive, on January 17th, 2011 (I am out of town Jan 5-22). I will be able to ship the Soft Sculpture catalogs and post card in the end of March, so that you will have them just before my […]
Masters: Blown Glass arrived in the mail the other day. A new publication from Lark Books, showcases works by 41 artists that work with glass, mostly from USA and Australia. I feel honored to be part of a publication that groups me with artists who are friends, schoolmates, past and present employers. The link above will take you to amazon.com to look further at the book!