Our cheese is not the only artisan product our family has created… the talented artist featured in this blog is my sister… yes, I’m proud!


The sun came out for about a minute, which reminded me that summer (and the 2012 Froggwell Biennale) is just around the corner.

Here’s another profile of one of the artist’s of the Froggwell Biennale.  Sue Taves is a sculptor who moved to the Island…well, I’m not sure how many years ago.  She works primarily in carved stone, although she occasionally works in cast bronze, as well as assemblage constructions.  Her work is beautiful and sensual and balanced.

You just want to get your hands on it, and guess what!  She even encourages it.  Here’s what she says about her current work:

“Last year I created a new series of work called the “Wind Series” that included both some smaller pieces for indoors and some larger pieces for the garden.  I will be showing some of those pieces at Froggwell this year as well as adding some new…

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About Chief Milkmaid

A former executive, now goatmilker and cheesemaker, I am the Chief Milkmaid of the Little Brown Farm.
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