Kim’s Studio

Friday night we visited Kim Alderman’s studio; she was part of the Woodstock Artists’ Studios Tour, and had a little preview party.  Her studio is nestled in the woods behind her house, and we crunched through the fallen leaves to find a group gathered around the fire pit outside the door.  The idea was to form something from clay, representing something good we wanted to happen, toss it in the fire, and watch it dry and explode, while sipping wine and nibbling Brie and Halvah.  Kim’s work is deep and beautiful, but the pictures can speak for themselves.  I’ve taken a couple of her classes, which I found transforming, and she’s about to start up a new series…I can’t wait!



2 Responses to “Kim’s Studio”

  1. Stephanie Ney Says:

    I’ve fallen so far behind…how to comment on it all? Loved the small painting of the clowns, can’t wait to see Pete, glad you took the trip down memory lane. Coinkydink: Some one threw a rock through our window and our GPS was stolen last Friday. We were canvassing in South Philly and everyone was drunk and rowdy due to the World Series and Halloween celebrations. We’re laying blame there and not on our Obama stickers. Worth it all tho… Obama organization blew us away…soooo together.(Between campaign stuff we squeezed in the R. Crumb retrospective.)
    Can you come to Kathy’s party? Stop in Philly for R. Crumb?
    love s

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