Monday, November 22, 2010

Jason Briggs Inspired Sculpture


I went to Horseshoe lake recently to capture some sunset images.  Before the sun went down I saw this great dead tree with great textures and holes.  It instantly reminded me of Jason Briggs and the workshop I had with him at Fresno state last summer.  That was so much fun and he gave us some great demos and the most ridiculously entertaining lecture I have seen! Thanks, Jason! These pictures are for you.






Here is one of the sculptures I have been working on that was inspired by the workshop.  I haven't decided how I am going to finish it yet.  Hmmm...




2 comments:

Megan Walker said...

So interesting and beautiful! :)

Vicki Wenderlich said...

love it! What color does the clay fire? What about a wash of oxide that you wash off so it's only in and around the crevices? Or an underglaze wash can do the same thing in a wider variety of colors. For some reason I see it as beige/tan (bare clay) with white/cream in and around the crevices. Can't wait to see what you decide!