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Marcia Selsor

Member Since 16 May 2010
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Where Do You Look For New /old Ideas?

18 November 2014 - 08:44 AM

We all need to recharge at times. What do you use for researching new ideas? Library collections, Ceramic Arts Daily, you tube, museums, nature? How you you research for developing new forms, decorating techniques, etc?

Marcia

What Gets You In The Studio Faster?

11 November 2014 - 01:52 PM

What gets you back in the studio faster? New ideas, Throwing, sculpting, glazing or firing.
For example, I love experimenting with firing. The means make more pots so I can fire . What gets you going?


Marcia


What gets you back in the studio faster? New ideas, Throwing, sculpting, glazing or firing.
For example, I love experimenting with firing. That means make more pots so I can fire . What gets you going?


Marcia

Exhibition Going Up, Pots, Plaques And Social Commentary

05 November 2014 - 07:54 AM

We have it mostly hung and set up. Still have some adjustments to make. Opening is Friday. May have the newspaper over on Thursday. Will post a few more later. The Art museum loaned me some pedestals and I brought some of my studio carts as well. The pots are arranged on pedestals and in the windows. 31 hung pieces, about 60+ pots.

 

Marcia


Hw Do You Cope With Aches And Pains?

03 November 2014 - 07:48 AM

As we work in clay, it can be hard on the body. How do you treat aches and pains, avoid running into problems, or nurse ailments 'til better?

 

Marcia


The Versatile Studio

29 October 2014 - 09:52 PM

I am prepping for my show. Now painting in the studio. 18 panels for a piece on Immigration with image transfers of Archival photos of immigrants. Glued hangers on the backs yesterday. Grouted large pieces yesterday and sanded edges today. Love the versatility of the studio. Grouted 7 pieces including the four tile piece of the Border fence that runs through my town. Plus some more raku images of the wildlife around here.The Horses are 24" x 25". The Border Fence is 35 x 36"