Hi all! This week marks a new medium for Reader Art of the Week: clay art! Check out OWL reader Jenna’s clay creation below:
About her creation, Jenna had this to say:
This is a picture of one of my clay creations — a woman picking carrots for her most delicious carrot soup. I have created several clay people and had a difficult time picking which one to send in, but decided on this one because I thought it would be most interesting to OWL readers. I love working with clay, and spend many hours creating characters, scenes, animals, and miniature turtle houses.
Cool! I love the details here: the dirt on her arms and face, the water bottle, the wheel barrow, etc. I also like how everything in the foreground of the image is sharp and everything in the background is fuzzed out. It keeps our focus on the important things.
Many thanks to Jenna for sending in her art. Please send YOUR art — whether it be clay or something else — to me at email@example.com.
Talk to you soon.
That is so AWESOME!
thanks! you should try it!
Wow, that’s awesome! I love the detail in the foreground and background 🙂
Craig, did you get the photo I sent you a few weeks ago? Just wondering!
Cool! I really like the effort she put into making thisfarm ( I guess? )
I myself could never do that.
nice guess jade! but its not a farm, its in a city, a front yard garden.
And I don’t have any clay at home.
That’s so cool! I make clay MOVIES! Theyre kinda cool!
You make clay movies.
What is it about?
Nice! How long did it take to make it?
The background took, mabe about 2 months and the gardener less then a day, a few hours, perhaps!!
Cool! I love how you can really se the woman’s expression- it makes it so much more realistic!
Hey Criag I have a question,
Do you have a e-mail?
Yes, Jade, Craig has an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I love that pic Jenna–OMG–
thanks for all the nice comments guys!
the foreground is fatancstic. But i just wonder how to make the background so fuzzed out by clay???? Good work!!