Blog posts tagged with “blue bird houses”
Last night I got to see the 1st finished but unfired bird houses from the class at NC State’s Crafts Center. They’re quite impressive and and the students seem to be pretty happy with their results. Here’s what they’ve been doing.Continue Reading →
This past weekend was the annual JC Raulston Arboretum and New and Observer’s Bird House Contest. I’m embarrassed to say I totally forgot to enter my piece. However one of my students did. In the picture below the one on the right is my demonstration piece and on the left is the student’s. A judge’s ...Continue Reading →
I’m in the home stretch of finishing up the work for the show “(un)veiled” at Block Gallery. The finishing touch are the finial birds that will top my fence posts. As is my habit I’ve saved the doing of these birds to last simply because I hadn’t figured out how to make them. I had ...Continue Reading →
I could not be happier with how the kiln is firing and the results I’ve been getting. It gives me the fuel I need to finish glazing the last two houses and build the birds that will sit on the posts. The posts have also been fired but I don’t want to share them with ...Continue Reading →
This year my entry for the JR Ralston Arboretum bird house contest will be less ambitious than last year. My bird house energy is focused on a show I’m participating in at the Miriam Block Gallery, located at 222 W. Hargett Street, Raleigh, NC. The exhibit “(un)veiled” will feature work by installation and paper artist ...Continue Reading →
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Come see my new birdhouses and more!
SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY PROMOTION:
Wednesday, May 1st, when the show opens, to Sunday, May 12th, Mother's Day.
WHERE: North Carolina Crafts Gallery
In the two-story, red brick building on the corner of Weaver St. and West Main St. in Carrboro, 212 West Main Street, Carrboro, NC.
HOURS: Mon.-Sat.,10 a.m-6 p.m. Sun., 1-4 p.m. SHOW DATES: May 1 - May 31