Summer Camp 1st Spring day with the door up Yesterday was a beautiful day! It was over 50 degrees, the pond is thawed and there is plenty of mud! It was the first time this year I opened the overhead garage door and it was wonderful. The joke about Summer Camp, which is the… Continue reading Summer Camp is Open!
What a great day in the studio despite the raining and blowing outside. A great friend came over with a tasty Greek salad and I provided warm bread sticks from the little country store down the road. Good conversation about our dogs and solving the worlds problems came to end all too soon. She needed… Continue reading No More Boat Anchors!
Looking around the studio today I noticed a lot of clay. Just received a large Laguna clay delivery from my Transportation Director. Besides the 1,000 pounds sitting under the tables, there is about seven 5 gallon buckets with reclaim waiting to be pugged. Looks like this weekend I will fire up the pug mill, also… Continue reading Big Red – Just a Dirty Job
The Olympics were great, I watched them just about 24/7. Even watched the reruns at 3 am when I couldn’t sleep. Curling even didn’t bother me, but that was my least favorite sport. Best part of the closing ceremonies was icon Neil Young. Looks like the CD will be playing again in the studio with a few… Continue reading What do mean the Olympics are over?
On March 6, 2010, Studio 1219 will proudly host an opening for the mosaic show, “Magnificent M.A.M.: The Mosaic Artists of Michigan in Two and Three Dimensions.” This show, fresh from the Birmingham/Bloomfield Art Center, features the colorful designs and expressive renderings of fine art mosaic masters from all over the state of Michigan. The… Continue reading “Magnificent M.A.M.” Mosaic Art Comes to Studio 1219