The Sonnenberg Gardens show has come and gone. It was a nice weekend despite the rainstorm on Sunday. The organizers did an awesome job and it was the first show I've ever done where we were given a catered reception, including sushi. Yum. So the summer is drawing to a close. A couple of my favorite pieces are still available at Gallery 54. This one is done with cast twigs and leaves. The stone is sonora sunrise. I was asked by a few people about the stone so I did a little research. It is found in Mexico, and is a combination of chrysocolla and red cuprite - all natural color.
Here is my show set-up, with the new banner.
Another piece of good news: I've been invited to take a graduate level metalsmithing class at SU this fall. I'll have access to a the campus metal studio which is awesome. I find that being around the school keeps my creativity from getting too static. I have a lot of new casting projects planned, so stay tuned~