I've been very busy with pottery, and a new store that I have opened "Studio 176 Art" is located in downtown Sarnia, Ontario. The concept is to give local artists, a location to show and sell their art at a reasonable cost. To date - we have 25 artists with us in the store, and we are currently looking at expanding - again. Here's the link: https://www.facebook.com/Studio176.art?ref=hl
More about that later.
For now - here is a new batch of dragons - just out of the kiln a few days ago.
These pictures were taken at a Ren Fest a few days ago - inside my tent, so I apologize that they are
all jumbled together and not set up properly. I did want to get photos before any of them sold.
Here's a rundown:
#1: Reposing Dragon - jewellry box.
She's set with a real amethyst in her belly. Her tail will hold your rings nicely.
#2: Sleeping Dragon Jewellry Box - Palladium Wings.
Lift off the wings to open the back and stash your jewels!
#3: Dragon Jewellry box with Brown Wings - same as #2 above..
#4: Standing dragon Jewel box - lift the wings off to reveal a handy jewellry stash.
She will also hold your rings on her tail.
#5: Baby dragon - with butterfly on tail. She has now had a real peridot set in her belly.
#6: Baby dragon hiding on a leaf (2 pieces) - if you peak under her tail - her eyes are open.
Maybe she's counting for a game of hide and seek.
#7: Kiwi Puffy - Incense Burner. Put the incense into the back of the dragon and smoke comes out his nose.
#8: Mocha Puffy - Incense Burner - put the incense into the back and smoke comes
out his nose as well.
#9: Hitchhiker Mug - What's that on the side of your mug? Seems you have a
hitchhiker along for the ride.
#10: Dragon Handle Mug: He's looking over the side to make sure your drink is safe.
#11: Another Hitchhiker - checking out the contents of your mug!
#12: This is actually a jug - with a dragon as a handle - better picture will be uploaded.
#13: And finally - another hitchhiker mug. Nothing wrong with taking your dragon
along for the ride.
And - this doesn't have anything to do with dragons - but these mugs came out of the kiln at the same time.
Really nice effect - the top layer shines purple and red in the light. I think we'll be seeing more of this glaze.
Until next time......... and hopefully it won't be as long between visits.