Monthly Archives: December 2010

  • Paintings

    Posted on December 22, 2010 by DESIREE in Paintings.

    This is a painting of a beloved pastor baptizing a young boy at Greer Creek in rural Missouri. Baptismals are a profound and life changing experience.  This painting reflects the serious contemplation and holy experience.

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  • Childhood memories

    Posted on December 22, 2010 by DESIREE in Paintings.

    This painting was made after watching children play outdoor games during pioneer day in Marshfield. It captures the joy and innocence of children at play.

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  • ETSY?

    Posted on December 17, 2010 by DESIREE in buying my art, Pottery.

    Etsy is a web home for arts and crafts and vintage items. You can find me at http://www.etsy.com/people/goodshepherdart I have general info on there and a bio. No products yet. I plan to sell my pottery and pictures and maybe some of my woven items and glass items too. This is getting exciting.

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  • what’s up ?

    Posted on December 17, 2010 by DESIREE in Uncategorized.

    Hi everyone, I am not a computer genius. I am slowly learning how to improve my site, get started on etsy and develop a web based art business. I hope today is the day that I get my new template installed! It is supposed to make things easier to download. I’ve sold almost all my […]

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  • Glazes

    Posted on December 3, 2010 by DESIREE in Pottery.

    This is a cascading Monet glaze that is makes your cooked dishes glow. The glaze runs over the dish during the firing process. The temperature in the kiln is around 2,260 degrees Fahrenheit. The hotter the kiln, the more it runs. This dish is food safe, oven safe, dishwasher safe and a dream to clean. […]

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  • pottery makes baking fun

    Posted on December 3, 2010 by DESIREE in Baking, Pottery.

    This is a pouring vessel that makes breakfast look real good. Use as a syrup pitcher or as a creamer. This pottery is microwave safe and cleans easily with a bottle brush or set it upside down in the dishwasher! cost is $24 and comes in monet black, monet cream, or opal purple.

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