Welcome to My World of Color and Texture.

Lynlee Sky
Mosaic and Ceramic Artist

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Shop-ping Today

Monkey sculpture by Jim.
Every time I go into the shop he has climbed onto someplace
different that the last place I saw him...

He will go onto an elephant sculpture that Jim made awhile ago.
The monkey will be holding an umbrella to keep the water off his head
from the elephant's fountain feature. 

Making a Chocolate Tree Leaf Mold.

Jim pours in potter's plaster onto leaf,
a bit different than plaster of paris.
Once the mold hardens up I can make
a porcelain serving dish from the mold, or 2.
Want one?

Monday, December 1, 2014

A Wonderful Find

We took on the job of emptying a friends storage barn
 and found this frame tucked deep into spider webs.
Jim put a seat and backing slats on- then refinished the woodwork.
Stunning! Now off to the fabric store to decide
on a design, texture, color,
hummm any suggestions? 

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!
Purina Blue Heron Chow for Thanksgiving,
wonder if this guy planned it right?

Friday, November 21, 2014

Frosty Morning Mug

Any Friskies and warm milk in there?
Livin' the Life-
much better than being a barn kitty!

Isn't she Purrdy?

Friday Evening

Spending fun time in the shop
on a very cold November evening.

Jimmy designed a quick and easy paint booth,
note the fan behind the cardboard box.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

All I Want for Christmas

A Potters Wheel.
Jim is using a unique set-up to turn his pottery
 piece, an electric drill with a saw blade
as the wheel.

Complete with foot pedal.
It works!

Sunday, October 26, 2014

The One I Love!

This photo Says it All!

A master craftsman at work.

Sunday Art Show

I love the red in the Cobalt bowl Jim made.
The Facepot seems spooky,
good time of year to present this piece.

Turtle table is ready to be used
for that mug of hot cider and pumpkin pie plate!

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Ghost Circle

Something is Brewing in the Neighborhood.....

Friday, October 17, 2014

Concrete Leaf Workshop

We had a concrete leaf making workshop
before the frost killed all my giant Elephant Ear Leaves.
Everyone had fun and went home with a pretty concrete leaf.

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Solar Sunflower Energy

These guys are making me HAPPY!

Nice to see on a frosty Sunday
October morning on the farm.
Happy Birthday Steve!

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Pretty little pretty little pretty little giraffe eyes.....

Jim is circling the giraffe eye with adhesive
in preparation of placing the ceramic eye he made.

Jim has to hold the eye in place for 10 minutes
for the glue to harden up.
Now, onto gluing the tiles on.
Do you like the giraffe's blue mohawk?

Creative Fires

Mike, our pottery instructor, is having fun in Sunday class.

Nice when he can have fun with us!
One of Jimmy's giraffe eyes is out of the kiln, Yay!

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

A Tall Story

Giraffe gets ears!

Giraffe goes for a ride to the tile studio.
We made the 3 mile trip in one piece.
The giraffe has arrived at the studio where
mosaic tiles will be cemented onto his wire armature.

Friday, August 22, 2014

Meanwhile, Back at the Farm

Jimmy has the welding finished on his Giraffe.
How tall is it, you ask?

Tall, Real Tall!

Monday, August 4, 2014

Sunday Clay Day

Mike gives a demonstration on making a platter.

Jimmy follows the platter demonstration, no problem!

Lynlee is in her own world, trying out slip casting.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Art Show at Tom & Susan Falcone's House

Tough job running a booth at the art show,
but someone has gotta do it!

Jim takes a break during a lull in the heat of the day.

She adores a lot of attention.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Its a Frame-up Party

Angie with wine glass and mosaic frame.

Hey Mike!

Thank you for having the party, Nancy!

Fun way to show off my artwork, thank you spg.

Friday, July 4, 2014


Jim is welding the frame for his new sculpture,
a Giraffe!
It is Life size, TALL,
too tall to fit through the shop door-

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Happy 4th of July

The holiday gives me time to appreciate this time of year,
to slow down and savour the tastes of summer.
I send you Strawberry (and Kale) Greetings!

Friday, June 27, 2014

Clay Class Raku Firing Day

Mike is arranging pieces to fit into 
the Raku Kiln for firing. 

The kiln is heated to a high temperature 
(about 1,800 °F) then turned off. 
Once opened, the pottery is handled
quickly and carefully while hot!
The heating process took 45 minutes.

 The pottery piece is placed in a barrel
filled with newspaper, covered, and allowed to smoke.
Raku has unpredictable results which u
sually produces intense colors.

Everyone has a good time working on their art.

Mike gave us a demonstration on making a plaster mold.