Working in San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, is again home for the next few months.
Judy has crossed into the "dark side" of the clay arts as she moves from functional pottery to clay sculpture. She is now working with Adria Calaresu and Alberto at their BarroCo Clay Studio in the San Antonio district of the world-famous central highlands art city. Bob's studio is in the same district and has produced several new mixed media pieces since they arrived in San Miguel the first week of January. He is planning to work with a couple of local printmakers in re-energizing his mono print making. Bob has also been accepted into the annual San Antonio Open Studio tour in late February, a group of 59 artists working in the San Antonio district of San Miguel.      

 Judy begins work on her new clay pieces

Judy begins work on her new clay pieces

 Bob, left, works with Richard Webb of the Black Cat Printmaking Studio, San Miguel de Allende. Richard has a gorgeous screen printing studio. as well as a small performance stage for impromtu performances when his blues band buddies come by.

Bob, left, works with Richard Webb of the Black Cat Printmaking Studio, San Miguel de Allende. Richard has a gorgeous screen printing studio. as well as a small performance stage for impromtu performances when his blues band buddies come by.