Picarello’s prototypes

A little more from Julie Picarello. She’s bravely added her latest polymer clay experiments to her website. Julie’s returned to her job designing integrated circuits and her studio work may slow down as a result.

These are her prototype pieces for classes at the Fall Foilage Clay Festival in Wisconsin. "I bought a bunch of gorgeous silks from Class Act Designs and students will be mixing clay for mokume gane stacks that match the silks," Julie explains.

In the August/September issue of Beadwork Magazine the editor interviews Julie as the featured beadmaker.

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  • reply Rebecca Geoffrey ,

    Always love Julie’s use of colour and her mokume is spectacular!

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