Monday, September 22, 2008

Halloween and Vine this Saturday

i've been busy getting ready for Halloween and Vine, coming up in just a few days on saturday the 27th. below are some images of pieces that i've been working on. everything's on it's way to the show right now, mailed in the nick of time. all of the fun takes place at Hermann Sons Hall in Petaluma, CA {directions here}. hope to see you there.
pumpkin heads ready for painting
ready for antiquing and their hats
framed and ready to go {the pieces are about 7"x9X2"}

3 comments:

Tyson said...

Wow!! You have done fantastic job!! I think, These are best as Halloween gifts!!

damselinadress said...

I LOVE YOU STUFF ! I make puppets and have a tough time with the crackle finish !!!!! Your clay looks so smooth and your crackle perfect, it sucks to have the clay crack while the piece is drying or the crackle finish just smudge and smear ! any idea's ? I have a great puppet with a cracked nose. Any hints ? the details are great and we add them over the crackle with paint pens but once again when we go to varnish it smears ! I teach a puppet making class and we would love to know some of your process to make our puppets not crack or smear, thanks again and I love your blog ! We (puppet class) adore you !

magda said...

hi damselinadress, thank you for your lovely email.
do you teach kids or adults? i'd love to give you some tips on crackling. send me an email at magda@magdatrzaski.com and we'll chat further.