Thursday, May 05, 2005

In Lieu Of Ethics, Today We Will Show Pictures

Venuses! The big one is technically WV 2.0 -- she's terra cotta colored like the others, but I can't get the pics to come out right.

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A really good pic of Middle Kitty...see his pretty markings?

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Please, no pictures.

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Eldest kitty doing something other than lying around? Surely you jest!

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Standing up and almost posing....about the best the Eldest Kitty can do.

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Scary panther kitten...ATTACK!

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6 Comments:

At 1:24 PM, Blogger Irina Tsukerman said...

Excellent pictures... And I LOVE the Venuses (Veni???) Those are so cool.

 
At 2:34 PM, Anonymous lady alambil said...

whooo!!!!!!! the WVs are fantastic. *hearts* them. And the kitties are adore-able. I get to see my kitties in 24hrs-ish! whee!!
*hugs*
When I return to the 'Boro in June we must have hanging-out-times.

 
At 3:45 PM, Blogger parcequilfaut said...

For the record, Irina, and anyone else, I make them for sale, and we can work something out. All the ones shown except the big one are already at Tish's place for sale, but I am making more next week and all of them are priced at $10 or less, plus postage -- or trade for books...(not trying to turn this into a sales pitch). ET, of course, we've already worked out a trade on that ;)

Tomorrow when I can get the pictures to de-blur I'll show y'all my word collages too.

 
At 7:00 PM, Blogger Special Sauce said...

Your Veni (Ok, I like that term) ROCK! Very, very cool!

The books will be in the mail this weekend, and some 'nip too! Woooo!

*snorfle* to your kitties, they're so absolutely cute.

 
At 11:39 AM, Blogger Irina Tsukerman said...

You do an awesome job with those... Gotta get one for oneself one day. How did you get started making them?

 
At 12:35 PM, Blogger parcequilfaut said...

I've always liked the WV, I have one carved out of hematite in my own, pocket altar -- I was first introduced to her in Art History class and have always felt close to her...I just felt like sculpting something and that's a relatively simple thing. I told Tish what I was thinking about doing, and she showed me a soapstone carving she had of the smaller, seated goddesses you see on the right, one that's no longer made, and asked if I could copy it; she told me she'd put them on her website and on consignment in her shop as well, because handmade stuff sells better.

Whenever you want one, holla. We'll work it out. I'm making some larger seated ones this weekend, I think, as soon as I get more terra cotta clay.

 

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