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new flowers!

i get so excited when i make something new and take pictures of it that are different than my usual.  i get bored easily if you havent noticed.  anyhow. had a flurry of sales lately and my 3 pages of flowers dwindled to barely 1.  hadda fill the shop back up.  you can see them all here.

new vases and kitchen utensil holder

 my paulaart shop gots some too work too, i've been working on this stuff slowly for weeks when i have the time/energy between the tile work i have been doing. 

new vase and flowers

stuff
wednesday i'm taking a table idea to a welder and see if i can't get a really funky table made.  itching to make furniture again if not for the fact i need a few tables!

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Gail Baar said…
I love all these Paula!
Your enthusium is infecting me as I read...and the photos are wonderful!

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New Art Find: Louis Pons

Louis Pons, 1991 Dock Assemblage
Louis Pons, 1981 Fils à papa Assemblage
 Louis Pons, 1974 Trésor no. II Relief 
 Louis Pons, 1972 Safari bleu Relief 
 Louis Pons, 2003 The Recluse Mixed Technique 
Friday New Art Finds.  ha.  I'm posting it early because my blog needs something on it other than ME.   I present to you Louis Pons.  Born in Marseilles, France in 1927 and apparently still going strong.  I have little to no information on this artist, he appears to be elusive on the net.  I recently watched a strange little movie called 'The Gleaners and I' by Agnus Varda.  She had a blip on him and I set to searching for images or information online only to come up with a small wikipedia blip and a few sites containing his work.
No matter, it's enough just to see his work.  This site if you translate it, appears to have the most information of any:
Primary studies at Marseilles, school of the Carthusian monks.
School of the Trades, Endoume, Marseilles. He learns the trade from fitter bu…