Thanks to everyone for sharing another great night at Galeria Regina!

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Thanks to everyone for sharing another great night at Galeria Regina! The encore reception was full of great energy and wonderful conversations. Thanks again to @ryshu and @danielcurranart for all your hard work and beautiful art. You guys are the best . There are still a few sculptures up for grabs. I’ll be posting about available art soon, so keep an eye out if you wanted something, but missed the show.Special thanks to @thevoyagerpeacock and @brittanymunson for all their work helping with the show and snapping candid photos throughout the night. So much appreciated! 🖤

The encore reception was full of great energy and wonderful conversations. Thanks again to @ryshu and @danielcurranart for all your hard work and beautiful art. You guys are the best . There are still a few sculptures up for grabs. I’ll be posting about available art soon, so keep an eye out if you wanted something, but missed the show.Special thanks to @thevoyagerpeacock and @brittanymunson for all their work helping with the show and snapping candid photos throughout the night. So much appreciated! 🖤

Peeping Bloom

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This Amber Eyed Peeping Bloom always keeps an eye out for dreamers lost in slumber. Our internal landscapes are vast and complicated. We could all use a friendly guide in the upside down of our imagination. Where do you go when you sleep?See all the weird things I’ve been working on, plus beautiful new work by @danielcurranart and @ryshu at Galeria Regina tonight, Saturday August 17th 5-9pm.

This Amber Eyed Peeping Bloom always keeps an eye out for dreamers lost in slumber. Our internal landscapes are vast and complicated. We could all use a friendly guide in the upside down of our imagination. Where do you go when you sleep?

See all the weird things I’ve been working on, plus beautiful new work by @danielcurranart and @ryshu at Galeria Regina tonight, Saturday August 17th 5-9pm.

Casting a Woolly Caterpillar

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This is a split mold, which means I poured it as a single block and cut it open for casting. Check out the below picture to see the original sculpt set up for molding. I put vents in the middle to prevent air bubbles. The blocks beneath the caterpillar are reservoirs to make pouring the resin easier.

Get your own cutie this Saturday at Galeria Regina, 5-9pm.

Flower Bits

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Cleaning up the seams and putting together the inside flower bits.The pieces were so small that, even with a pressure pot, I was getting air bubbles. I ended up pouring with the mold open, and topping it off after strapping it together. A little more clean up than usual, but those tiny chisels get the job done easy. Check out this and more at Journey to Terra Flora this Saturday, 5-9 at Galeria Regina.

Sold Out

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Dubble Bubble Gumheads have sold out again, but there are still a couple Very Berry (purple) ones available.  Get your own gum-based water sprite at the encore reception for Journey to Terra Flora, Saturday August 17th 5-9pm.Gumheads are elemental spirits. They begin as forgotten wads of gum, stuck under tables and chairs. Most bubblegum is ordinary, but every once in a while, through a twist of fate (and a little saliva), old gumwads awaken as mischievous sprites.Sticky and malleable, they love to steal and hoard tiny objects. They've got your DNA in them, but gumheads aren't always friendly. They have a penchant for chaos when left unattended, but are easily won over with gifts and attention. Under the right circumstances, gumheads are fun companions and can bring good luck and adventure.

Dubble Bubble Gumheads have sold out again, but there are still a couple Very Berry (purple) ones available. Get your own gum-based water sprite at the encore reception for Journey to Terra Flora, Saturday August 17th 5-9pm.

Gumheads are elemental spirits. They begin as forgotten wads of gum, stuck under tables and chairs. Most bubblegum is ordinary, but every once in a while, through a twist of fate (and a little saliva), old gumwads awaken as mischievous sprites.Sticky and malleable, they love to steal and hoard tiny objects. They’ve got your DNA in them, but gumheads aren’t always friendly. They have a penchant for chaos when left unattended, but are easily won over with gifts and attention. Under the right circumstances, gumheads are fun companions and can bring good luck and adventure.

🖤🌖 Lunar Light Bloom 📸 detail

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🖤🌖 Lunar Light Bloom 📸 detail.Photographing my work helps shift my perspective from maker to viewer. In the middle of a project, all I can see is potential and problems to solve. This last step of documenting turns it all back into magic. I get to discover new details, play with perspective, and think about all the patterns I’ve found in a lifetime of making things.You can see all the new stuff I’ve been working on at the encore reception of Journey to Terra Flora at Galeria Regina Saturday, August 17th, 5-9pm. Link in bio

Photographing my work helps shift my perspective from maker to viewer. In the middle of a project, all I can see is potential and problems to solve. This last step of documenting turns it all back into magic. I get to discover new details, play with perspective, and think about all the patterns I’ve found in a lifetime of making things.

You can see all the new stuff I’ve been working on at the encore reception of Journey to Terra Flora at Galeria Regina Saturday, August 17th, 5-9pm.

Close up

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Close up .This Gumhead head is about 1 inch wide, teeth on the other side. What do you think Gumheads dream about?Gumheads are elemental spirits. They begin as forgotten wads of gum, stuck under tables and chairs. Most bubblegum is ordinary, but every once in a while, through a twist of fate (and a little saliva), old gumwads awaken as mischievous sprites.Sticky and malleable, they love to steal and hoard tiny objects. They've got your DNA in them, but gumheads aren't always friendly. They have a penchant for chaos when left unattended, but are easily won over with gifts and attention. Under the right circumstances, gumheads are fun companions and can bring good luck and adventure.

This Gumhead head is about 1 inch wide, teeth on the other side. What do you think Gumheads dream about?

Gumheads are elemental spirits. They begin as forgotten wads of gum, stuck under tables and chairs. Most bubblegum is ordinary, but every once in a while, through a twist of fate (and a little saliva), old gumwads awaken as mischievous sprites.Sticky and malleable, they love to steal and hoard tiny objects. They’ve got your DNA in them, but gumheads aren’t always friendly. They have a penchant for chaos when left unattended, but are easily won over with gifts and attention. Under the right circumstances, gumheads are fun companions and can bring good luck and adventure.

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