Here’s Sandra McCaw’s piece from the ACRE show postcard. Judy Belcher’s new work for the show includes pieces that spin and turn (at right). Barb Fajardo says she’ll be there as a visiting artist.

Whining about photo size yesterday paid off with these photo contributions.

On Karen Park’s Art and Tea site look at the pictures from Laurie Mika’s workshop. They’ll put you in the mood to learn something new this spring.

Don’t you love the way Laurie has mounted her pieces on the wall? Karen’s pagoda mosaic reflects her tastes perfectly. Have a perfect weekend.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    Brava to Karen! I love the Tea Temple!

    Good luck (and LOTS of sales) to all the PC artists heading down to ACRE! What a terrific collection of artists! I’m sorry I shall have to miss it.

    I’m looking forward to Craft Boston next weekend, however. The proverbial Ford and Forlano will be there, as well as Karin Noyes… it’s getting harder and harder to tell PC from some other media these days… so there may be others that I just didn’t recognize.

    • reply Kim Cavender ,

      Great new work from some talented ladies! I would love to take a class with Laurie some day. Her work is so personal and beautifully done and mosaics are one of my favorite things. Every one in that class made some gorgeous pieces of artwork.

      • reply Karen ,

        Thanks Cynthia, for your kind words about my mosaic! Laurie’s workshop was absolutely fabulous. She’s a great teacher and I enjoyed myself so much. Thanks so much for the mention.

        -Karen

        • reply Lisa Clarke ,

          Those Sandra McCaw pieces just beg to be held in your hand and studied – all of that intricacy and shading is quite amazing.

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