Lumps of Clay Make Magic

This Story Begins with a Box of Clay and a Desire to Spend Time Together. And This Guy as Inspiration. Our Thackery. We Begin by Molding an Armature of Paper, Cardboard and Tape. This is Going to Be Larger Than Life. Now the Fun Part. Adding the Clay. Lump by Lump. School Clay is So […]

A Dream in Clay

To Sleep.  Dear Sleep, Oh If Only to Dream, Of Royal Wedding Teas, And Spots of Clotted Cream.     A Full Night’s Sleep, Would Be So Dear, I May Have Had One, Late Last Year.     Again I Try,  Turn Off the Light, Fresh Clothesline-Dried Sheets, A Good Sleep in Sight.     […]

Eat your Heart Out, Degas

Edgar Degas.  You know, the Painter and Sculptor of Ballerinas. From France. 100 Years Ago he created Little Dancer of Fourteen Years. Degas was blind when he sculptured the little dancer. He spent 3 years creating this masterpiece.  She stands 3 feet tall. Miss Doodle 2 loved the Dancer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. And […]