More Pictures from Synergy

The only problem with claiming that you took more than 300 pictures is that not all of them turn out.   But never mind.  There are some more pictures of old […]

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Synergy I: Looking Back

The National Guild asked  Synergy attendees to bring memorabilia to pin on a giant bulletin board in the back of The Big Room.   The idea was to commemorate milestones in […]

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Synergy I: The History of Polymer Clay in Bead Making

Polymer clay came into use before the Internet and before pasta machines, tissue blades and the other tools we now take for granted.  Kathleen Dustin was there from the beginning, so she […]

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Synergy I: Moving Forward/Looking Back

  Counting down the days before I leave for Baltimore Md for the National Polymer Clay Guild’s  Synergy I Conference.    In the meantime,  here are two copper bracelets I am […]

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I’m Not a Real Artist but I Play One on T.V.

Yes, I am a featured crafter on the third season of the HGTV show, That’s Clever, demonstrating how to make a polymer clay Keepsake Memory book and a polymer clay Festive […]

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South Jersey Polyaddicts Clayathon 2008

Arlene Groch and the South Jersey Polyaddicts have done it again!  I had three days of clay, friendship and whiskey in a Days Inn on Tilton Road in Pleasantville New […]

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Philadelphia Area Polymer Clay Guild

I have been a member of the Philadelphia Area Polymer Clay Guild for over ten years.  Joining the Guild is one of the best deals around. Aside from offering an […]

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Bruce Mau’s Incomplete Manifesto for Growth

Happy New Year! I was trolling the web today for examples of Memphis design when I found Bruce Mau’s Incomplete Manifesto for Growth. His first declaration is “Allow Events to […]

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