Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-born inventor who made major contributions to the development of the AC electricity system that we use today. His experiments to learn of the effect that […]
I decided to try making hollow beads using marbles as cores. The technique goes like this: You cover a marble ( mine were 25mm and 32 mm) with clay, poke a […]
Clayathon time is here again. I will pack up my stuff and head to beautiful Galloway Township NJ and the Stockton Seaview Hotel where I will meet new and old […]
I’m trying some new things this year. I decided to try making armatures out of compacted newspaper wrapped with aluminum foil. I could have used all foil but I wanted […]
I made these polymer clay beads earlier this year after Clayathon. I limited my palate to black, white, red, turquoise, a bit of gold, and used lots of translucent. Now that […]
By now I suppose everyone has heard the news that Gwen Gibson passed away on September 24, 2013. If you have any doubts about the influence Gwen had on her […]
Happy Bracelets combine beads with flexible tubes of polymer clay. You can flex and bend the bracelets and the clay doesn’t crack (Ok, OK, it probably will crack if you […]
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 […]