“Grizzlies”—–Almost Complete

Hi Folks,

“Grizzlies” (I’m really not sold on that name.) is almost complete. There are some minor issues like doing some denture work on Mama, adding a wooden base for the sculpture to set on, completing thousands of minor “Piddling Things” (None of which will be noticeable except to the “Piddler” (Me), and then when I feel I’m completely done, I’ll seal the sculpture to stabilize it.

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While I’m involved in the process listed above, I will not be publishing any more Newsletters on this subject. However, I do have another sculpture that I am considering. This time I’m thinking about doing a Screech Owl and her three Chicks. If/When I get my head screwed-on sufficiently to begin, I’ll begin to publish Newsletters letters on that sculpture.

If you want to be notified when I begin my next project, you can subscribe to the “Western Artist’s Newsletter” by clicking on the “Subscribe” button on the right of the screen, and entering your e-mail address. Anytime I publish a new “Post”, a message will appear in your “Inbox” notifying you of the big event.

Meanwhile, I’ll be showing my Art in the Wolf Creek Grist Mill on June 4th, 2016 during the 13th International Wine at the Mill Festival here in Loudonville, Ohio. I’ll have the “Grizzlies” there. Check out this “Link” for details  http://www.wolfcreekmill.org/events.html

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About The Late Emerging Artist

This is the site of "The Emerging Artist's Newsletter. I use it to track the progress of the Art that I am currently creating. The typical Newsletter publishes once or twice a month, depending of how creative I am at any given time.
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4 Responses to “Grizzlies”—–Almost Complete

  1. Donald Kerr says:

    Looks mean!

    Like

  2. Allison says:

    Whoop, whoop! They look great! Ha ha, yes, it always seems like the “piddling” details are oh-so-bad and important to the artists, but nearly invisible to everyone else. XD

    Like

  3. kutukamus says:

    Love the differing poses/expressions 🍸

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