The pictures from Sandy Camp 2006, annual retreat of the San Diego PC Guild, offer quick visual tutorials and glimpses of new polymer clay work. They also put faces with the names we've become accustomed to reading about.

See Marie Segal's bright gradations (and wild fingernails), Syndee Holt's painted polymer, Cassy Muronaka's lentil bead demo, Kathi Gose's complex cane and a whole lot more. The link comes to us via Maggie Maggio and Kim Kennedy.

 

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  • reply ginette ,

    hi – great pictures form Sandy Camp! I especially love Marie Segal’s rainbow colors! greetings from a fellow polymer clayer in Switzerland!

    • reply Kathi Briefer-Gose ,

      holy moly….I just NOW saw this post. I recognized my face in one of the thumbnails and clicked on it

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