The polymer tableaux by Sharon Mohler depict very homey, American scenes which seem appropriate for this holiday weekend.

"I am self, and life taught. I am probably thought of as an outsider artist, or a raw artist, though I call myself a folk artist. The truth is, I fit no category," says Sharon.

For a bit of lovely nostalgic polymer-meets-Norman Rockwell inspiration, browse through Sharon's "Stories Without Boxes" site and read her stories. Note that she's a home-grown Ohioan from Yellow Springs! And thanks to Susan Rose for the tip.

I'll be on vacation tomorrow and Monday. Depending on what I discover enroute and how close I am to a computer, I may or may not post. I'll be back Tuesday with news from NYC. Have a delightful weekend.

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  • reply Ronna Sarvas Weltman ,

    What a treat. I wonder if you felt it was a little risky including something like this, but let me tell you, it was a delightful start to my day. Sharon Mohler’s artistic voice and integrity come through loud and clear in these pieces. Resonant storytelling in polymer clay. Many thanks.

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