Weltman’s new book

Ronna Weltman’s polymer clay brooch called “Three-Ring Circus” seemed an appropriate feature today in the middle of our country’s craziness.

This crisp .pdf sneak peak at Ronna’s new book on polymer clay and wire is the perfect thing to distract your thoughts and brighten your day. Ancient Modern is coming out from Interweave Press in the spring.

“As much as I enjoy making art, I probably get more joy teaching and helping others find their voice in art and jewelry,” says Ronna. Check out her class schedule.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    Brava Ronna!!!
    *Jumps up wildly and does the happy dance for Ronna*
    I adore Ronna’s work, and can’t wait to see the book!
    But… the spring?!? Not now?
    *sniff*
    *sigh*
    😉

    • reply Toby ,

      Must have this book… on my wish list at Amazon!!

      • reply jana ,

        Huge congratulations to Ronna…what a grand accomplishment from someone I so highly respect. Can’t wait to own the book..

        • reply Ronna Sarvas Weltman ,

          Thank you for your kind comments. I’m so lucky to have Interweave for my publisher. Right now it’s in editors’ hands (yes, that’s editor(s) plural) who go through it with a fine-tooth comb and test each of the projects so that by the time the book is published, we’re sure everything in it is helpful and expands the possibilities of this Very Fun Medium, and also that every project is easily duplicated by artists and weekend-crafters — yes, you CAN do this at home, and you don’t need to be a professional.

          This blog is still my morning cup of coffee. Love it always, every single day.

          • reply Bettina ,

            OOh – congratulations on the book Ronna – can’t wait to read it…

            big hug
            Bettina

            • reply Susan ,

              I have been lucky enough to see Ronna’s progress at different stages of the book’s development and I am truly inspired by both the book and the direction that her jewelry has taken over the last year. Though you see hints of the artists who have influenced her, the work is all Ronna and different than anything out there today – this sneak peek is just enough to whet your appetite, but trust me, the balance of the book is even more exciting. With this work she helps move the medium a little to the left…

              Kudos to you Ronna – can’t wait for the launch!

              • reply Libby Mills ,

                Congratulations Ronna! The book looks like it’s going to be a fantastic addition to the polymer clay bookshelf. I can’t wait to see it in real life.

                • reply Pam Sanders ,

                  Congrats……

                  Your new polymer work is outstanding.I am putting the book on my wishlist

                  You ROCK…..Pam

                  • reply Helen malchow ,

                    Love it!!! So wonderful to see artists using pure form ,texture, line, shape , and color as an intentional voice to speak with !! Koudos!!

                    • reply Julie Picarello ,

                      Ronna is one of my favorite artists, and her work never fails to inspire me. I don’t add to my book collection very often, but I’m eagerly looking forward to including Ronna’s. My congratulations to her on this wonderful achievement!

                      • reply Kim Cavender ,

                        Congratulations Ronna! I’m a big fan of your work and I’m really looking forward to what I know will be a fabulous book.

                        • reply Carolyn Reeves ,

                          I only wish there were words to express how I anticipate the publishing of this book. I’m new to polymer clay and I can already tell this book will be a permanent “go to” resource. Thank you again and again, Ronna!

                          • reply Cindy ,

                            I’m confused about these posts….I have the book in hand….and IT IS WONDERFUL! Check with your booksellers!

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