Abrams’ new direction

Lauren Cole Abrams’ polymer clay class with Kathleen Dustin inspired Lauren to try new techniques and reassess her style. She says that, “In the weeks I’ve been back I’ve gone round and round trying to figure out what it is that makes me passionate about polymer clay…and what direction to go in”

Her blog posts here and here about how she found direction may launch your week on a better path.

And if you’re looking for more inspiration, check out the latest playful, moveable rings from Donna Kato. Thanks to Susan Lomuto (DailyArtMuse) for pointing out Donna’s new pictures on Facebook (or just click on the picture).

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    The term “hitting the wall” I know all to well. I’ve run 20 marathons in my life and never “hit the wall,” but I have when it comes to creating jewelry or working with PC. I can really relate. For me I just have to step and take a break.
    I love colorful, virbant pieces and Lauren yours are wonderful and inspiring.

    • reply Sandra D. ,

      Lauren’s work is fabulous especial her mixing colors.

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