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Weber's Art Blog- How I've grown to enjoy cooking almost as much as I enjoy eating.

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

When I got married, at first I was so resistant to cook every night as part of my tasks. I wasn't good at it, I was annoyed by it and it really made me feel frustrated. On the flip side of that, I enjoy cooking competition shows and DVR them as if they are Game of Thrones. The change occurred when I began to see chefs as artists,  ingredients as medium and execution as experimentation and process. Both art & cooking have foundations with rules, principles of harmony, balance and contrast.  Once I applied these principles to cooking as artistry,...

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Gratitude, When Positive Comments Encourage Inspiration Through Social Media

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

....positive responses to my work in various stages...quite moving and incredibly encouraging. 

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Bye Bye Summer, Sorry Teachers! New Fall Home Decor Accessories & End of Season Sale

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Making progress with these elegant adorable pumpkins.  Sculpted, refined, dried and ready for the kiln.  While they are baking, back to the clay for some new variations.  I have Sugar Skull carvings on my mind... Be sure to subscribe and become a Studio Friend for early updates about the big end of the season sale to make room for all new products!    

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Are you making enough time for yourself to dig in?

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Happy in the studio!

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Upcycled Painted Wood Window Project

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Can't wait to see where it goes!

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