Texas’ Tricia Dewey is a fresh face on this site. Her bio says she’s a nurse and astronomer who’s now pursuing an art degree. Lots of diverse interests and talents there and it shows on her site (she’s also a web developer).

New week, new name (she’s already been in several publications) thanks to Robin Johnston. A pretty palette to start your week.

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  • reply LInda ,

    Wow! I love the way Tricia incorporates classical images with polymer. Very inspiring.

    • reply Dianne ,

      Tricia is a member of our guild. This piece is just a sample of what this talented lady can do. I treasure the ornament I received yesterday as a swap at our meeting. Look for more of her pieces as she submits them!

      • reply Mary ,

        I’m also in the NTPCG with Tricia – we had our Holiday Party yesterday and I’m really jealous that I didn’t draw Tricia’s number – one of these days I WILL be a recipient of what Tricia makes in our swaps! lol (I’m determined!) Her art is inspirational to many – especially the way she utilizes colors and balance . Be sure to check out her website!

        • reply Debbie Goodrow ,

          Gorgeous work. I love the asymetry she uses in her work, too. And the often subtle but glowing colors.

          • reply Shelley T ,

            I’m a lucky owner of several of Tricia’s pieces from a fund raiser for our guild (Tricia and I belong to the same PC Guild). There was quite a bidding war for this talented artist’s work. Her pieces are so organic and primitive in feeling, yet so sophisticated in execution. Gorgeous colors too!

            Shelley T

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