When I’m not in the studio, I’m gardening. This rose bush is about ten years old and apparently just hit its stride, I think this is its most beautiful showing yet.
You might have already seen this one on Instagram, you can find me there as elaine_luther, where I am starting to get the hang of things.
I’m teaching an Assemblage Sculpture class right now; these are some mint tins I gesso’d in advance for the students. We’re starting with mint tins and then moving on to super-cool wooden, hexagonal boxes!
Again, me and my shadows. I took this while at the Chipstone Foundation, on a tour as part of the Zoom Milwaukee conference last month. More pictures and reports to come on that.
That’s about it for now from my photo stream. It’s been a busy couple of months of travel, graduations, recitals and being really sick. In that time I also wrote a tutorial that I’m super pumped about (see previous post), and now I’m back to teaching after a break.
The current class is Assemblage Sculpture and there will be an ecourse version of it!
Interested in that? Make sure you’re signed up as a VIP on the email list to be notified when the ecourse is ready!