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.
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 […]