I’m in my first pottery art show and it’s coming up in a couple of weeks! Yay, rah rah rah. I took a quick shot of some of the pieces I finished tonight to go in the last batch for bisque firing in the kiln. This picture is essentially, the little clay houses in their “greenware” stage
Just ran in to studio to drop my greenware into the line for bisque firing in the kiln. I’m so excited for them to be going into their first ceramic art show! Well, for that matter, it’s my first art show too.
We had a little pumpkin carving contest at our place this weekend! Mini-bonfire and all. It was a great chance to get people together to play with their food and celebrate an ol’ American tradition… hacking up large food produce for the simple pleasure of watching it glow with fire. Typical!
I have found a plethora of info regarding the chia seed and it’s quality for giving a person energy, so that’s really the main reason I started having a spoonful in a glass of water before running. But yeah, my image up at the top of this post is of the chia seeds I just threw into a glass of water with honey. I was really just testing out the camera on my new phone! It’s a Samsung Fascinate
So, this past weekend we went out with some friends to have a catch-up brunch and then we found ourselves trying to get to the regatta but also wanting to gather materials to paint our apartment-o… so, you know what we did? In order to hit everything we wanted to do in time, we ended up driving by the Head of the Charles Regatta. I know. Shameful. Sad. We know it. But! Check out the self-explanatory photos!
The results, part II, of making kanzashi flower hair ornaments.
The father of photojournalism that believed in no-flash photography, and another who was hard-hitting and wanted to capture the harshness of humanity: Henri Cartier-Bresson and Arthur “Weegee” Fellig.