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NECESSITY IS THE MOTHER OF INVENTION!

NECESSITY IS THE MOTHER OF INVENTION!

For years, I wanted to make larger clay monoprints, but was limited by the fabric I used to pull the print. It was great for grabbing that top layer of clay, but limited in size (36” wide). I tried several different mediums, including canvas, but ran into problems that always sent me back to the reliable fabric.  Recently, when my supplier said it would be out of stock for months, I investigated other options. One of which was cotton canvas used for paintings. After discovering how to prepare and seal the canvas,  I was able to pull a vivid print;...

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A Tribute to the Elements of Nature

A Tribute to the Elements of Nature

All four ceramic wall reliefs in Linda's quadriptych called Elements are finished and drying. Each relief measures 18" x 32". 

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CERAMIC FLOOR MEDALLION

ceramic desert medallion mosaic

CERAMIC FLOOR MEDALLION

June 5, 2021 Two months later! These are the final stages of the floor medallion. I still have a couple more weeks to go...remaking some broken pieces and enhancing some areas with more glaze. Enjoy the video and stay tuned. 

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Ebb and Flow

Ebb and Flow

A huge part of the joy we get out of making our art is working with our collectors to create something specifically for them. This outdoor ceramic wall installation started as a conversation about creating a wall piece that embodied movement and energy.  Collectors, Alan and Ed shared their vision and collaborated with Linda to create this stunning wall piece, Ebb and Flow, that can be viewed from their pool or while dining al fresco. Custom work seems to always present an opportunity to try something new. In this case, it is hidden on the back of each individual piece....

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Linda's Largest Ceramic Piece Yet!

Linda's Largest Ceramic Piece Yet!

After hours of designing and troubleshooting technical issues, Linda is starting on the ceramic pieces for a commissioned ceramic relief measuring 14' wide by 4' high.

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