Great pieces, love them both.
Such precious things, our hands. An artists hands fascinate me and the art you create is wonderful.
Thanks for stopping by this morning...nice to have you there...I see the hands continue to be raised...I call on you...and you always have the right answers!;-)
I am so interested watching people use their hands. I often wonder how amazing that we can do so many different things with our hands with out thinking... lovely post.cheers, parsnip
Nice Hands! Especially the RIGHT one... ;o)
I love hands, and all your hands too (:...and love what your hands did to this magical space that is your studio...got 'Studios'.Orly
Hands tell so many stories...
Of course I love your hands series. After all, I lust over them each time I work in my Hands AB. But I really like YOUR hands. They are what make the art hands and other magic. I see lots in that first photo, including what looks like a candy tin.
I am so glad you posted your hands making your process visible ....the simple touch of a hand seems reveal all if we take the time to really see with our hearts. I still have not found your newest publication with your studio but I will be persistent! I salute you! Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart
working hands, loving hands.giving hands.
I've been told it's all in the hands. Hmm. Does that mean we don't need a brain?
Just crazy about your Making Waves series and the inclusion of these two pieces - Helios and Tellus are no exception. Love the variation of both the hands and the creative bases -pedestal and cradling. Of course, seeing the picture of your hands at work just makes this post picture perfect!!
So that's how you get so much done...extra pairs of (very cool) hands!
Nice hands, Seth. I like the Tellus piece. It reminds me of "I've Got The Power" and also a child's hand reaching up to hold her parent's hand. Two very different feelings in one. The base has a nice solid rhythm to it.
I love seeing your hands at work. They're so expressive.the article about your studio was wonderful.
thanks Seth for your giving hands and giving heart : )
Never enough hands ;)Each pair is fabulous Seth!!!
Seth, Your hand series are just wonderful! And enjoyed seeing your hands creating...
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