Saturday, December 13, 2008

From the collection

After being a little embarrassed that Jill's piece was hiding in a box because we couldn't find the right spot for it, thankfully she let us know that someone else had used one of her pieces as a centerpiece on their table.

We took her advice and before she could had a new home.

It's a really beautiful piece and Jill took full advantage of the Anderson Ranch soda-kiln to make it.  She understood exactly what was going to happen with that flame to make this piece work so well.  She gave us a beautiful little talk about how that single kiln became part of the narrative of her work.  I won't try to explain'll have to ask Jill.'s meant for the wall but we'll be quite happy with it on our table for now.  We'll find a wall for it in Austin.

1 comment:

Ron said...

That is a beautiful piece by Jill.