I want to make better faces in glass. There, I said it publicly, so now I have to work on my performance. Recently, I took an intro to sculpture one and a half hour class at our local arts center and loved it. Our teacher, Tom Williams (check out that link to his website), was a delight. He made our quick intro fun, and interesting, while he demonstrated how he teaches and sculpts. And he gave us each a small chunk of Georgia clay to try a little of what he was showing us.
Bummed that it's only offered on Wednesday nights and that's our Southern Flames night, I will need to wait until summer, when my Flames Board position ends. But believe me, I'll be in line, once I am free to try it. I posted a close up of the lips on the bust that he showed as an example. I have the hardest time forming lips and think this tactile craft form, will be a big help to gaining a better understanding of how to translate it into glass and perhaps into my watercolors as well. And who knows, maybe I'll be adding clay to my list of top 5 favorite mediums, who knows?