The person behind yesterday's "empty vessel" blog is none other than Susan Rose who's been forwarding terrific links to me for months! Small world. Beautiful blog. Bookmark it.

And of course she's sent a couple perfect links to round out our week of "intensity." While artworks made from fruit pits and spools of thread may seem a long way from polymer clay, they round out our week of demonstrating how what's in your head and your heart translate into art.

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  • reply barb ,

    I *had* to send the link of the carved pits to my husband. He’s always leaving nectarine pits laying all over the place. Wonder if Bob could use them… ;o)

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