Thursday, September 9, 2010


I'm in the middle of making arrangements to head overseas next month to teach at a number of locations starting in Albuquerque, NM. There is always plenty to do in preparation for a teaching tour like this. I have been making a number of moulds from my original head sculpts and making sure all my notes are in order. And booking tickets. And contacting friends. etc, etc.

Here is a mould I am making for a couple of "Historically Inspired " doll classes I am running. This will be cast in silicone in two parts to make press moulds for complete heads (for those students who are a bit timid about sculpting their own!) This head is loosely based on an Izannah Walker style of doll from about 1850.


Susie said...

OOh! wish I was in the right place! Good luck with all the preparations, I bet you're trying to pre-empt ALL eventualities!
And belated Happy Birthday, hope it was a good one. Take care
Susie (in UK)

Stitch1Peta said...

Great idea, hope you have a great time in USA.

Killiecrankie Farm said...

What a wonderful position to be in with your skills - to be paid to teach around the world.
Have a lovely time travlling and meeting your enthusastic pupils.
Hope the preparations for work and travel go well.
Have a lovely weekend :)

Tina Eudora said...

Wow those molds are amazing, I wouldn't have a clue how to make something as outstanding as that. You are indeed a very talented lady!
Have a wonderful and safe trip and successful classes!
Tina xo

Sonia ;) said...

Oh how exciting...Your students are very blessed to have you as their teacher. Good luck Susie..


Ayala Art said...

That sounds like a wonderful class!

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