Open Heather Campbell’s latest polymer clay/mixed media work called “Woman’s Work” for your Monday inspiration. The piece represents women and their connections to every facet of our lives.

She quotes a recent New York Times article that says, “Women are poised to surpass men on the nation’s payrolls, taking the majority for the first time in American history.” Heather adds that, “Working women symbolize the glue that keeps us connected to our families, our communities and our world. Woman’s work is not only vital but essential to our success as a human race.”

As Heather showed the piece to her friends this weekend she admitted that, “It turned out to be a little more complicated than I had planned. But that’s what happens when you allow your experience to influence your expression.”

The work will first be shown at a Utah gallery and will then join the Synergy 2 Exhibit in Baltimore.

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    How delightful! Unfortunately I don’t have flash player and can’t view her art work.

    • reply jana ,

      Heather’s work is so beautifully infused with her life’s experiences, which are of course very personal to her, but seem to apply to us all in different ways. She’s amazing (and so is her work!)…

      I believe that Heather’s artwork will be the first ever polymer exhibit at a high end gallery here in Utah. Anyone in the area should make sure to visit Finch Lane Gallery (Nov. 20 – Dec. 24) to see her work up close and personal. Also, Heather’s work graces the cover of the November Catalyst Magazine….you’re on a roll, honey…keep it up!

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