Monthly Archives: January 2013

“When you model clay you’re ambidextrous – which also means, of course, that you’re using both sides of your brain. That’s not true with other art materials.”

The instructions were direct: shape the clay, think about feelings, put words to feelings, then to paper...

A group of us were visiting the Galisteo studio of New Mexico artist Judy Tuwaletstiwa (say “two wallets tea wah”) midstream in a group residency that Steve Klein and Richard Parrish led this past October in Santa Fe when Judy casually suggested that the group try an exercise. read more