See more polymer clay work on the updated site from Mary and Lou Ann who will exhibit at the ACC show in St. Paul this month.

Their new work has a more primitive and ethnic feel with carved and stamped clay and a continued reliance on strong metal work. (A sample of their earlier work is shown here at the right.)

They divulge this about their process, "We create our colors primarily through oil pigments and integrate both synthetic and organic materials, such as sugar or sand, to create texture."

Note that Celie Fago has added a blog to her site. In her blog she updates the list of classes being held in her Bethel, Vermont, studio as well as an up-to-date roster of her classes in other venues.

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