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Friday, May 18, 2012
This sculpture was made from one thrown disc, which was cut into rings, which were then carefully bent. I made it quite a long time ago, but left the pieces separate. I like to have them all on a table and set them all to rocking at once, if possible. Being of differing sizes, they were always stopping and had to be restarted- kind of fun! But for a change, this spring I decided to fasten them together using fishing swivels secured by black coated wire. They can all be easily turned other directions, but I was interested to find out that when the piece is hanging where the wind moves it slightly, the natural position is perfectly lined up in the same direction.
Born in Montana on a farm, left after high school, consider California my adopted home, married, 3 children, 6 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, started working with clay in 1981, don't ever want to stop, more later.