Klay Karma that is! Sherman, Patty and I loaded up Patty’s car and headed up the New Jersey Turnpike to Nashua, New Hampshire and the campus of Rivier University for the latest […]
The first Friday of each month is prime gallery trolling time in Philadelphia. I joined some Greater Philadelphia Polymer Art Meetup friends last Friday for a trip to the opening […]
So much going on this week! Robin Hiteshew’s photography show “Faces of Irish Music” opened in New York and while we were there, I visited the Museum of Art and Design […]
Melanie West skidded into town from Maine last week to teach a class for the Philadelphia Area Polymer Clay Guild. Melanie looks amused as she shows how to use Ultra […]
Remember The Deerclayer post and how we conspired to make hounds tooth-covered animals to give to Arlene Groch at this years’ Clayathon? Well I have been into birdies lately […]
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 finished the birdie ornaments and decided to put them on swinging perches because they are swinging birds. In fact, their first stop after they left the workshop was a […]
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.