Karen Sullivan on fri 15 feb 02
I am not gaining from this promotion....
but if one were thinking of investing in
a brush...check out http://www.brushman.net
then visit the museum quality page
I have loved Keith Lebenzon brushes for years....
Roger Korn on sat 16 feb 02
Very cool! I'll visit him when I go to OR in two weeks. I've been making Mata Ortiz
- style brushes from my own hair (human?) since I saw a Juan Quezada workshop
several weeks ago. So now I'm interested in brushes and brush making. I'm teaching
a bisque/ greenware painting class of LOLs at Camp Verde Parks and Recreation and I
figure the way to get them moving out of their "comfort zone" is to get them
pouring their own slips, making their own molds, making their own glazes, and
then.... making things with real, live, clay. Some of them are talented with brush
decoration and I'm curious to see what happens if I expand their world a bit. Plus,
they've got me working on improving my brushwork - something I've neglected for the
last 25 years.
I always knew teaching was work, but now I'm discovering that it's FUN.
Too soon old, too late smart,
Karen Sullivan wrote:
> I am not gaining from this promotion....
> but if one were thinking of investing in
> a brush...check out http://www.brushman.net
> and drool...
> then visit the museum quality page
> I have loved Keith Lebenzon brushes for years....
> bamboo karen
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