How have I overlooked the Detroit guild’s Dorothy Greynolds’ pages? Those picture album pages are wonderful web starts for polymer artists who are otherwise leery of web sites….but it’s harder to find them.

Dorothy shapes these masks over the backs of teaspoons and she displays a wonderful series of characters with broad hints of her graphic arts background. Lots of pictures here. Lots of distractions for a Monday.

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  • reply Carl Johengen ,

    How great to see Dorothy’s masks! I got to see her work on several of these at Shrine Mont 2004. Dorothy’s a terrific artist with a great graphic and color sense, and I just love her work.

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