Thursday, October 20, 2011

Stone Turtles 500 blog posts

Cari Amici (Dear Friends),

This is my 500th blog post! And I want to talk turtles. I am still working on the details of my marble “Gymnast” and hope that you have been following along. I must admit that I am running out of energy right about now, so I hope that you will pardon me for just adding these images of one of the heads on the four-headed turtle who supports the “Gymnast.” I am having a fun time with the subtle and different textures I am carving into the stone. And it brings a smile to think of turtle lips!



Sculpture Show Invitation – Wesley Gallery, Texas

22-23 October 2011
Sat: 10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sun: noon - 5:00 p.m.

Metal and Stone Sculpture Show hosted by Wesley Gallery
Wesley Gallery
27008 RR12, Ste. A
Dripping Springs, Texas 78620
For information, please contact Julie Speir at the gallery via telephone at 888.806.0678
E-mail: art@wesleygallery.com

I hope you can make it (and yeah, I will have some copies of my new book “My Life as a Street Painter in Florence, Italy” available this weekend – signed too, if you like.

2 comments:

Gene P. said...

Great start on a turtle with personality. My daughter has borrowed your book from me cause she loves it too. She spent 2 months in Florence a few years ago and can really relate with the book. Thanks and Best Wishes. Gene P.

Kelly Borsheim said...

Haha, Gene, I think someone needs her own copy for Christmas ;-) Thanks for the feedback, I am very happy to hear that my book "My Life as a Street Painter in Florence, Italy" is being enjoyed! :-D

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