I do have some. Because my folks moved about every 10 years, many of my art class assignments & projects I did on my own got "lost" along the way. We were not big savers. Even my report cards are MIA. Sometime soon, I'll share what survived of my early creative challenges. This will be fun!
"Of course you should sign your work". (I really should proof more closely.)
What are they teaching these kids? Of course your sign would work.
Last spring I went to an unknown estate sale and saw a small ceramic owl I made 40+ years ago. signed with my initals. Went back later to buy it and it was gone. Bummer.
No problem, symbols look like they only apply to boys/men.
I can't remember seeing U.S. intersection with such great stripes.
Maybe yellow diagonal lines. What kind of animal would that be?
This is a favorite. So many fabric designs should be framed. Scraves, neckties, not to mentions shoes, hats, gloves. Fashion is a walking canvas!
Mark, thanks for sharing this eyewear site. Just added site to my favorite's list. How accurate is the prescription & sizing. Good quality? Stands behind their work? I'm game!
Sorry your puppy thought these slivers were sprinkles. Ouch.
I'd like to see this much, much larger as a hands-on interactive sculpture.
Denny, thanks for snapping these cups. My heart goes pitter pat for this melmac style.
OK this one I know. Melmac yes. I have the color series from the early 50's in dark green, burgundy, gray and chartreuse. By the mid 50's the colors were pink and black and I think Howard Johnson colors. Not sure if there were other colors, or when production ended.
"Arrowhead" Ever Ware is marked on the bottom of the cups, made by Brookpark, Cleveland Oh. marked on plates.
Buried deep in a past post, is a photo of my melmac which we use daily. The rule is, never put it in to the microwave, cut on it, and never scour the surface. Just use diluted bleach to remove stains like coffee.
Jealous for having hundreds of pieces. Do you use them???
Great find! How many mini planters do you have?
By far the best bowling ball ever. This is an amazing sculpture. With the right lighting, it's museum worthy.
Your collection is far more exciting. This pig shows signs of once having red lip or mouth. Did you ever see this pig with the big ears in other colors?
All are too small to hold plants. The piggy holds pens and the chick holds pencils. The cat is too small for anything. It just sits there looking cute.
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