Welcome to Our World of Color and Texture.

Lynlee Sky and Jimmy Neal
display Ceramic Art, Mosaics, Concrete Art & Sculptures.

Friday, August 18, 2017

WHERE AM I THIS FALL?

VISIT ME.
SEPTEMBER 25: WEBSTER-CHURCH FALL FESTIVAL
OCTOBER 14: WESTSIDE ART HOP
OCTOBER 28 & 29: ZONE 5 ART SHOW & SALE
9885 Ann Arbor Road
Plymouth, MI (my gallery)

Having shows lined up gets me thinking up new ideas-
I call this piece Firedance.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Westside Art Hop

Visit me in Ann Arbor May 13 at the
Westside Art Hop.
westsidearthop.com
“Artists supporting artists by holding a twice-yearly art walk rooted in the local community.
We present high quality art and hand-made crafts for sale to the public in a festive atmosphere.”

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Art Fair Invitation

A collaboration of artists showing
 & selling their art
Saturday, May 20
9am - 5pm
9885 Ann Arbor Rd W.
Plymouth, MI
(across from plymouth nursery)

Ceramic Artist Janice Wilkiemeyer

Sculptor & ceramic artist Jimmy Neal

Ceramic artist Lynlee Sky

Wood carver Ed Wilkiemeyer

Sunday, April 2, 2017

All About the Bunny

Bunny Shadows, foretell the future....

Monday, February 13, 2017

Spring Fever

This is the soap I entered into February's
Great Cakes Soapworks challenge.
https://soapchallengeclub.com
It is a combination of both melt and pour (MP) soap and
cold process (CP) soap. CP is which is what I usually make.
The bunny and heart embeds are MP, the rest is CP. 

These flowers are showing up in all my creations this month!
A sign of spring fever, I'd say.

Friday, January 20, 2017

Two Artists Soap

This luxury soap was made with the help of my husband, Jimmy.
We blended his sculpting skills with my special recipe of
Dandelion infused Almond Oil, Sunflower Oil, Castor Oil, Coconut Oil,
Palm Oil, and Olive Oil. It is lighted scented with the essential oils of 
May Chang, Lavender, and Patchouli for a deep rich note.
Kaolin Clay and a few micas add extra interest! 

Jimmy in his sculpting workshop working on my "special order" for
a clay model in preparation for making a silicone mold
in which to pour soap batter.

Here is the silicone mold he made, with a plaster
support and rubber bands to hold it together.

Jimmy agreed to help me make this special soap for
the Soap Challenge Club's January contest in which the
idea is to collaborate a soap design and recipe with a partner.

Jimmy has been somewhat interested in my soap making passion,
in fact he did ask for a sandalwood soap for his use.
He seemed to enjoy helping me make soap for this project.

One of the most enjoyable aspects of soap making is the cutting of the soap,
in this case, however,
what a joy to un-mold this soap!! It worked!

Two Artists are better than one.
Especially if one has a pencil behind his ear.
Thank You Jimmy!

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Delight

The planning, designing, creating, cutting and
the using of soap is a continuing source of delight to me!
This will batch will be ready to use around Valentine's Day.