Spring has sprung! It is starting to get hot here in the desert, feels more like summer mid-day (91F), so we are starting to wear less and drink more water. The art and music in my world have continued to keep me excited and intrigued by upcoming possibilities and potentials, very fun new challenges and successes lie ahead. I am trying to fully experience and enjoy the whole process, with it’s frustrations, overwhelming moments and incredible joys.
I intend to start a weekly morning facebook livestream show, on a specific day and time every week. I will share music and clay adventures there on a regular basis for anyone who needs that kind of fun with their coffee. Stay tuned, for further updates!
On the clay side-
Desert Dragon Pottery has long been the happy place and second home to many artists and students of clay. We have a healthy community of members who call the studio their own. On May 8 we have scheduled an event to give our shop a thorough cleaning and attempt to remove some layers of dust. Members will be asked to provide 2 hours of help (or $25) to the cleaning effort. Live music will be provided from 6pm-9pm by Crystal Perry and Tom Mein, on the patio weather permitting. Very excited to put a new face on our beloved Dragon!
A short video of the Dragon ‘before’ our cleanup efforts!!!
On the music side-
I have researched and found two affordable studio options and begun recording my songs! What an adventure…I am learning all sorts of new things about being in charge of arrangements, instrumentation, bpm and final decisions on EVERYTHING…Eeek! Not to mention the pressure of having to play under a microscope, quite the challenge but also a whole lot of fun hearing the results, I am in Mishy Music Heaven!
Playing the very difficult rhythm instrument- the “shaker egg”
Studio dude Casey Weaver having dinner in front of his wall of equipment, and keyboard player Vicki Lev lounging and listening