Two new bowls that will be going up for sale soon as I return from vacation. Aren’t they sweet? I used Sonnet (my daughter) new camera and I think it works great. I can see every grain of salt. I set up the bowl by the window that was covered with a large sheet of tracing paper. Because the bowl are glazed they are very shiny which makes it difficult to get a shot that isn’t all glare. I’m leaving for Ashville, North Carolina tomorrow morning. Its suppose to be a great artsy place where I can visit over a hundred artist studios! Why don’t I live there?
Father Jack Hackett, played by Frank Kelly, is an elderly, decrepit, foul-mouthed, lecherous alcoholic priest who frequently lapses into violent behaviour, particularly when his fellow clergy deny him drink or try removing him from his armchair, where he is usually found sleeping (or, more likely, passed out). Left irrevocably damaged by his life of sloth, lechery and alcoholic abuse, he rarely speaks in a coherent manner, instead expressing himself through a series of random shouted words (i.e., “Feck!”, “ARSE!”, “DRINK!” and “GIRLS!”).
I’m so excited ! Today someone in Japan bought my little jellyfish bowl.It’s such a thrill to have people all over the world buy my art! Fun! Fun! Fun!
My latest obsession is Father Ted. A Irish sitcom about priests. It is so funny. So of course, I have to make some bowls with the characters on them.