I was able to play a bit during spring break.
Here are two outcomes from that time…
Summer in the City, which I presented on my Facebook page, requesting help with tweaking it and naming it. Enjoy!
Destiny Allison stopped in Eugene recently, while on her book tour. “Shaping Destiny” shares her journey as she struggled through the crannies and canyons that often lay in the path to becoming an accomplished working sculptural artist. Her work is compelling and dynamic. You must take a peek at her gallery. I highly recommend her book to anyone who strives to stay on that path. Destiny is generous with her experience and information and is extremely support of artists. You can get her book at Barnes and Noble and at Amazon. And please visit her website and gallery — you’re in for a treat!
I had the honor of being interviewed by Destiny shortly before her visit here. You can find that interview right here!
Cuperosa – Roka Walsh Find it in the Botanical section of my Gallery