Between Robert Dancik's PMC/Polymer class (see his pmc/polymer earrings at the left) and Maggie Maggio's color class here in Columbus this weekend we're chock full of information and ideas. My head is spinning this Monday morning.

It was interesting that after all was said and done, each of the teachers came back to the "trust your gut" theme. What matters most is being true to your own vision.

I've been listening to Thomas Moore on Creativity who talks about artists following their "daimon." It's worth a listen.

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  • reply Kim Cavender ,

    I’ve been fortunate to take classes from both of these phenomenal artists and if the opportunity presents itself, I would love to do so again. Maggie’s understanding of color is amazing and Robert is a creative genious who has inspired me to look at virtually everything in the world with a renewed sense of wonder and passion.

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