I'm still in sleepy, overfed, holiday mode. I spent a good part of Christmas Day playing on the computer exploring new programs like Picassa, the Google picture site.

Since I was playing with photos of the polymer clay works of Grace Stokes and Pat Bolgar which I took at the recent Ohio Winterfair, I thought you might enjoy a look at my sample Picassa album too. I'm hoping I've labeled the pictures correctly.

I ran out of camera battery at Grace's booth or I would have caught more. Their works are lovely and inspiring.

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  • reply Julie ,

    Not only is the work lovely, their jewelry compositions are brilliant! Thanks for this.

    • reply Peg Harper ,

      Thank you once more for this site. When I was at Clay Carnival this month people would ask me how I knew something or got inspired to create a project. My first anwer was and my first source is Polymer Clay Daily. The Picasso site looks great as well. An opportunity to get a closer look at things not posted on the artists’ sites yet. Please keep it up! Peg Harper Mile High Polymer Clay Guild, CO

      • reply nel ,

        ce collier est magnifique

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