Saturday, 29 December 2012

#367 In the studio: Full moon and Mule Deer

It's frigid cold and snowy in Wyoming and there 
was a full moon last night . . .
December moon is called the Cold Moon.
Full moon names date back to native American tribes.

On the left, the full moon rises,
and on the right, sets over the ice-bound Popo Agie River.

The ever present Mule Deer bed down close by and crunch across the pasture during sunny hours.  
They are a constant source of inspiration. 

Below, a clay model in progress of a Mule Deer buck silhouetted against north light

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