Now your sculptures can live outdoors.
Cast and sealed to withstand the elements, Chipmunk is our first piece that is safe for garden use. Available now in a limited edition bronze finish as well as a plain, cast stone version.
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The little ‘ hippies’ are so adorable❤
Thank you, Carol.
Would you consider sculpting birds for the garden?
Great idea, Rhonda…I do love the birds!
A fun and cheerful little fellow. I do enjoy seeing new works of yours.
As for what next… a quillpig seems an excellent choice, though I imagine such a beastie provides rather a series of technical challenges to manifest in cast bronze.
Hello, Mr. Patterson. That beastie might make a nice, whimsical bas-relief tile…
I really enjoyed the tile workshop you gave at the Langdon house. My tiles are glazed and fired! I might add them to my kitchen backsplash. If you are giving any more workshops in June or after the school year, I have friends asking.
Thank you, Mary! I would love to see how they turned out with the glaze. I will be teaching a three-part botanical tiles workshop online this spring/summer…participants can enroll at their leisure. There will be an email about it that you can easily forward to your friends.
I think a toad sculpture would be a good addition to a garden. Chipmunk is adorable!
Thank you, Amanda! Toad is a good idea.
I won’t suggest a groundhog because we remember how popular those were at a certain site in Philadelphia. I like the idea of birds. After all, what is a garden without birds? An owl, perhaps?
Carol! What a treat to have you visit – and yes, I will leave the groundhogs to that certain site. I think that an owl would be well-received by many. All my best to you.
I’m excited for my minks to arrive. Keep me posted about classes and additional garden friends!
I will certainly do so! Thank you, Inge!
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