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I thought you might be in Pittsburgh for the weekend. Would have been great to catch up. Ruthie arrived home after 3 weeks in Australia on the night of the SCC opening...otherwise, we'd have been there. We'll definitely make the roadtrip to Pittsburgh to view the exhibition, though. I'm excited to see everyone's work in person.
You are VERY welcome !! I wanted to definitely get that in before your special date, knowing that you'd have your hands full on or around Oct 31 :-)
All's well in the 'burgh. Wishing you and Greg the best for the big day. Been there. It's going to be so wonderful! Big hug!!!
Hi Cappy! The thanks for the compliments! The flesh colored material is cast silicone rubber. I cast into a mini bunt pan :) Carving sounds fun though too! Thanks for sending your brochure with newest work, it's gorgeous. I've always been a fan of your work since seeing you lecture at UW-Madison many years ago when I was still an undergrad! Cheers!
It looks like the 27th should work just fine for the patina demo. I can come up early and meet individually with your advanced students if you'd like. Also I don't need a lot of money. I love doing these and the scholarship benefit is the real pay off. What ever you think is fine. Don't break the bank. I'll pick up a bunch of spray bottles and a couple of chemicals. Can you ge some real cheap natural bristle brushes and a teaspoon of the Colloid from sculpture. Let me know if you have any questions.
Having recently returned to the UK after living in New Zealand for ten years, Claire has been experimenting with new techniques. She has been working with a variety of techniques and marrying metals together to…"