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Monday, November 16, 2009

My students worked hard

Here are a few more tiles from our tile painting workshop. There are many more to come.





Robert, our young man, a young father, an excellent student who also holds down a full time job, surprised all of us with his artistic talents.




Robert and Richae sharing the spotlight. Richae is a charming 14 year old with lots of talent. She is a dancer with the renown BYU (Brigham Young University) Dance Group.

The talented and lovely sisters, Ricky and Sherri painted these wonderful tiles.











Little Richae (she is as big as a minute) and wears flowers in her hair, painted this colorful tile.





This is Shallan's interesting tile.Some of her tiles
are still in the Kiln. She has taken tile painting
lessons from me before. Her talent always shines
through.




Robert painted this Delft Tile. I think his ancestors spoke to him.


Joan painted traditional dutch designs, albeit with a new color twist. These whimsical tiles, and a dozen more, will be installed in her new (but historic house) kitchen.

May, Richae, Shallan and Cindy painted these fabulous tiles. I can't wait to see what will come out of the kiln tomorrow. May is a really fine artist. She does not follow the rest but comes up with very original designs of her own. And Cindy is one of my most talented students. Cindy can continue without instructions, she will do well.

Gina

5 comments:

  1. Wow!! Those are absolutely beautiful. Quite an inspiration. Thanks for posting them :)

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  2. Hi Barbara, I love teaching. It is such a priviledge to watch so much talent at work. I am looking forward to painting with you when the weather gets warmer and your husband can "hit the links".

    Gina

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  4. Thank you, Gina!! I'm excited too!! Hopefully we can make it happen :) But I don't know if I have such talent as these gifted artists!!

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  5. Hi Barbara, there are no failures in my class. I can make an artist out of everyone. When my students arrive they voice the same concerns as you have. A few hours later they are creating and participating as if they have been painting ceramics for years. So don't worry, you will go home with a few new masterpieces.

    Gina

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