Monthly Archives: March 2016

Standing Bear (Grizzly Bear) First Clay

Here we are at the end of March, “Spring has Sprung, The Grass has Ris’, and here is where the Grizzly Is.” I have already used about 5 pounds of clay, and am out of the stuff until I can … Continue reading

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Grizzly, The Armature

Hi Folks, This is the working armature for “Grizzly”. As you can see the “Materials List” is rather simple, comprised for the most part of PVC tubing, PVC fittings, styrofoam, and masking tape. What might not be quite as obvious … Continue reading

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—And Now— Moving Right Along—

The Redtail Hawk is having it’s display base fabricated, (Probably a Cherry turning) and I seem to have a bit of time on my hands. I was considering doing a bit of painting, but I seem to be in a … Continue reading

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Red-tail Hawk (The Rest Of The Story)

Just when you thought that this sculpture was finally “Finalized” For those of you that aren’t fond of rodents— The “Little Guy”┬ácan be┬áremoved.

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Red-Tail Hawk (Absolutely Final Until Tomorrow or the Next Day)

It’s been a “Fur Piece from Thar to Here” but except for one more “maybe” in the next day or so, here is the “Final Red-Tail Hawk”. If you check back through the last last eight or ten Newsletters, you … Continue reading

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Red-tail 3/2/2016 Paint

“And The Paint Goes On”. Wasn’t that the title of a song a few years ago??? There really isn’t a whole lot to say at this point. It’s mostly visual. I did add a whole row of secondary feathers to … Continue reading

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