She's listed in the most recent issue of Los Angeles Magazine as one of the best things about the arts in LA!

Carolyn Potter is a multi-talented textile, metal, polymer clay and gourd artist. She's got a whole list of classes scheduled at the Barnsdall Art Center. (Here's a .pdf file of their fall brochure.)

Carolyn's polymer inlaid gourd looks like the epitome of fall to me. And if you're a Day of the Dead (or Halloween) celebrant, you'll love this link that Carolyn passed along. These sugar skull molds could certainly be adapted for polymer!

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  • reply Sherry Bailey ,

    Nice to see an update on Carolyn’s activities — I missed her at Ravensdale, she’s a lovely lady!

    • reply Juli ,

      Ah, one of my heroines! Great to see what Carolyn’s been up to these days.

      (PS- Hi, Sherry)

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