Wednesday, June 2, 2010

RESS Interview

Hello once again!

I just thought I'd share with y'all that I was honored to have been interviewed by the Realistic Equine Sculpture Society for their new blog! Thanks so much Sarah M-B, for your work on the blog, and for picking me to start off your artist interviews!

To check it out, just click on this link:




Sans Souci Studios said...

Is that going to be a white grey Jitterbug in matte? That color looks wonderful in matte!

Curious to hear more about the development of the matte glazes... did you find an alternative to the lead containing matte glazes, or did you find a safer way of handling them? (I had heard matte glazes had gone out of use because of their lead content, which made it difficult for artists to handle them safely.)

As always, looking forward to seeing more of your work!

Adalee said...


A friend recently discovered a non-lead glaze that seems to work really well! Anyhow, that Jitterbug was a cold-painted sample that was on display at the RESS Breyerfest booth back in 2006- they were promoting the then upcoming Jitterbug resin run. So glad you like him!

Lynn A. Fraley said...

Really nice interview Addi, congrats!

Adalee said...

Thanks, Lynn! It was fun to do!