Information Sources

If your only source of polymer clay information is the web, you’re missing great new work. Joining a guild, taking to a class or attending a conference will broaden your knowledge tremendously.

This week’s Shrine Mont conference participants will grow tired of hearing me tell them to update their web sites, especially when they change direction in their work as these artists have.

Above is Ann Dillon’s new work which plays on the same themes as the earlier pieces on her web site but with updated and expanded designs. Quite lovely.

And Sandra McCaw took off the necklace she was wearing (at right) so that I could capture it for you. It’s the product of a winter metals class and hints at new things to come.

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  • reply Debbie Goodrow ,

    Love the gentle color shifts.

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