From the land of sleet and snow

Posted on Jan 28, 2014 in Art making, Buy Art Here!
From the land of sleet and snow

Had enough of the cold? Yes, me too. It occurred to me as I was clipping the Greyhound’s toenails that I have clipped the hound’s nails many times this winter. And that frequency of dog toenail clipping is directly proportional to how long the winter feels. Poor dogs. Long toenails equal not enough walks and exercise. Our world is bitter cold and icy this winter.

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Then again, plenty of studio time to be had. And plenty of time to chew on bully sticks (the dogs, ahem, not me. Ew…)

Started a new toy poodle sculpture. Look closely and you’ll see his little maquette next to the sponge. The big/little guy has a tongue and some teeth now and less buggy eyes and is missing that slightly unnerving pipe coming out of his neck.

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One benefit of winter is there are plenty of opportunities to try the mugs I’ve made. This is is my current favorite, funky rim and all. More mugs are on the agenda. Sale soon. Pinky swear.

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Speaking of sales, the latest batch of memory boxes will be available in my online shop beginning Thursday, January 30th at Noon Eastern time. The photos and information are in the shop now if you’d like to view the boxes before the sale opens. You know the details: they are all one of a kind, handmade, individuals.

4 Comments

  1. genjiscorner
    January 28, 2014

    The pipe in the neck makes it look like the Poodle Scream of Death. We’re not used to your kinda of cold snowy winters down here. It’s even snowing again now.

    Reply
    • Sarah Regan Snavely
      February 5, 2014

      I’m sorry. This winter has been so long. Hope the hounds are weathering it well.

      Reply
  2. Caron
    January 31, 2014

    We know how you’re feeling. Last night the boys had bones and had their teeth brushed and toes trimmed. And, we’ve even been having a mild winter.

    Reply

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