Day 5 was an interesting day of looking at and discussing what we have created so far.  We continued to work but it was nice to pause and see what has been accomplished.  Here are a couple of shots of our ‘critique’:

We also continued to investigate ideas and study slides to other artists work.

The collaboration piece between Pat Hickman and David Bacharach was completed.  By shining a light into the piece, they were able to create more pattern and movement through the holes that had been made.

I completed my ‘Hog House’, which was encased in hog gut, as well as some quilt and feed bag sausages.

Tonight we had presentations by the studio assistants and were able to tour the other studios to see what the other classes have gotten up to.  Tomorrow will be our last day in the studio.  Most of the gut has been used up, so most of us will be working on our netting techniques.

 

Dinner was very good tonight!:

Good night!

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