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Hambidge Center (the things i made)

There is something about building a small fire that helps associate you with new house or shack or cabin or art studio. As you build the fire you gain heat and comfort. You can then feel more comfortable and make … Continue reading

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Beautifully Confused (packing up the art)

I recently spent time at Hambidge Center . I made this short video of me taking down art I had made during my stay. I made the music with recorded snippets of a baby toy. The video is in reverse. … Continue reading

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My Time At Hambidge (fisher studio and the first of winter)

I recently spent a couple weeks at Hambidge Center near Rabun Gap, Georgia. It was my second art residency at Hambidge. The first residency was a couple years back at the tail end of winter. This year’s residency was just … Continue reading

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Two Sheets Of Plywood (time to make some bears)

Recently I made some wooden bear heads to sell. I started off with a couple sheets of old plywood I had stored for a while in my barn. I cut them out and took the wood shapes to Hambidge Center … Continue reading

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Boiled Peanuts (a trip to dillard)

I recently rode up to Hambidge for their Fall Festival. It was a sunny warm Saturday in October — a very peaceful afternoon of mellow music and mountain air. I ate some good food and learned about Raku firing of … Continue reading

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Thinkin’ A Lot (without thinkin’ too much)

You will give an ARTIST TALK to a crowd of people in an auditorium. You will stand on a stage and tell about yourself and the things you make out of a part of your mind you don’t completely understand. … Continue reading

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A Time At Hambidge (painting during the last grips of winter while in a mountain studio)

I was left alone on the side of a hill in a cabin called Fisher Studio. It was a cold two weeks with everything from some snow to a violent thunderstorm that split a tree into many woody spears due … Continue reading

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