It was a wonderful turn out of polymer clay fans, some who were just getting to know the possibilities that are contained in those 2oz packages of colored clay.
With what seems like magic, a little mixing and cutting and anyone can create works that are big or small, jewelry or wall pieces, even sculpture that is serious or whimsical.
I am lucky to be apart of this quickly growing community of polymer artists. I’m doubly fortunate to have very good friends join me in my studio. I’ve hosted many sterling polymer instructors over the last few years. Doreen Kassel will be here in a few weeks teaching student how to create her beautiful pods and flowers. Plus a day of her darling jiggly dolls. There are a few opening in the doll class if you are interested.
This last weekend was just pure fun. Laurie Prophater, Julie Eakes, Meisha Barbee and Dayle Doroshow gathered at my studio for 4 days of creating and sharing.
On Saturday I hosted an open house featuring their work. People were fascinated to watch as these artist worked magic with clay.
Laurie and a customer
Meisha and her contribution for Into The Forrest
Lois Lynn came all the way from Ocala to visit with us.
Here she is with Julie.
Dayle Speaks with a polymer clayer about her work.
Once again I want to thank these talented women for coming from around the country to share with me and my community. We are richer for it.
Thanks to the Highlands Sun for a very nice article today.
I’ve been at home working on new pieces for Studio 215. I love working in my home studio, I get into that zone and create away.
Many more item than pictured here are going with me tomorrow to my downtown studio. I love having both places to create.
Christmas is coming…
Just a quick update on the new charms. I was delighted and surprised to see them feature on Polymer Clay Daily this morning, along with my video up date on my silver Alice in Wonderland tea set.
Take some time to look at some of the other fabulous post that blog owner Cynthia Tinapple shares with us everyday.
I’ve been playing with canes and creating some new ones with a totally different look. I’ve been using some extruded clay to add some unique fun.
For sale now at Studio 215. You can wear the together or one at a time.
New wall art for sale at Studio 215