My friend Wilma said these beads remind her of the circus, so I am calling them Circus Beads. And be sure to check out Clayathon goes to the Circus.
I still have a buzz from Clayathon and am exploring some new ideas. Here are some pictures.
This is the second collaborative piece made at Clayathon 2013, Sherman Oberson(Dancing Clown), Patty Pickup Clown with Blue Feet), Patti Underwood (Bearded Lady), Lois Rosenthal Seal), Robin Milne (Elephant), Martha Aleo […]
The Dinner Party A collaborative effort by the attendees of Clayathon 2013, presented to Clayathon founder and organizer (and really cool person!!!) Arlene Groch with gratitude, affection and a big round […]
That’s where I plan to be this weekend. Here are some pictures from past Clayathons.
I was going through my workshop the other day and found a necklace I’d made for my Mother-in-Law years ago. The necklace had five big (20-25 mm) round beads […]
Dear Fleisher, 4×6 Inches of Art is a biennial fundraising exhibition showcasing the work of hundreds of artists from Philadelphia and beyond. Artists submit original postcard size works in a wide […]
Earlier this summer I got to spend some time in Arlene Groch’s spanking new studio. For years , the room had been a makeshift storage closet for Arlene and her […]
The August 11 reveal date for group 2 of Lori Anderson’s 6th Bead Soup Blog Party has passed. I was blown away by all of the outstanding work I saw […]
This year, I finally got to go to ClayConneCTion, the semi-annual retreat of the Southern Connecticut Polymer Clay Guild. The SCCG knows how to throw a party-er-retreat. Besides plenty […]