Monthly Archives: June 2011

Gone on Safari

I’m flying to Africa on safari with my son John tomorrow. I’ve been to Africa a number of times; twice to Egypt, twice to Morocco, once to Kenya. This will John’s first time on the continent of Africa. We’ll be … Continue reading

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Norcal Pirate Festival 2011 photos

This is our third year at the Norcal Pirate festival and it gets better every year.

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Fight of Fancy Dragons finished

I received my three Flight of Fancy Dragon sculptures back from the foundry. As you can see, they were finished in black, gold and red patinas. Art has mounted them on redwood burls. Two will be shipped today to a … Continue reading

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NorCal Pirate Festival

This Father’s Day weekend, June 18-19, is the NorCal Pirate Festival, a show that we especially look forward to! We are busily adding “golden” doubloons to our pirate chest and packing up fishing nets to decorate our booth.  It’s a … Continue reading

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Lily ponds, koi fish, and dragonflies

A single lotus flower is beginning to bloom in my pond. It is early June and I wonder if summer will ever arrive? When I take a break from sculpting waxes, I step into my back yard haven and decompress … Continue reading

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Flight of Fancy Dragon Waxes

A client recently ordered  two bronze “Flight of Fancy” dragon sculptures to add to his Marty Magic collection.  Each bronze sculpture and each piece of jewelry that I offer, is cast from it’s own separate wax. This particular design is … Continue reading

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Garlic Festival Memories with Garlic and Bat Jewelry by Carrie Adell

A few weeks ago, I received a call asking about a sterling silver garlic clove pendant that opened up and contained a tiny chained, 14K gold bat. Had I had made this remarkable piece of jewelry? The woman on the … Continue reading

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