New Niche and Sparks

Sandra McCaw’s work launches us to the east coast. Two of her entries are finalists in the Niche Awards. These earrings have been named in the Fashion Jewelry category and one of her signature necklaces was selected in the Polymer Clay group. Both pieces showcase her ability, “…to create complex patterns where lines seem to lose their distinction and blend, and where colors bloom and merge.”

If you’re near Rhode Island, Sandra is scheduled in the Pawtucket Foundry Artists Show starting December 3.

And speaking of the holidays, Dayle Doroshow and I have put together an inspirational volume that’s chock full of Dayle’s famous tricks for easing you back into the studio when your muse goes missing. Creative Sparks is full of luscious pictures and powerful tips. Preview and purchase it here.

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  • reply Sylvia Valentine ,

    Aaaaaaah. This is quite an unusual palette for her – how lovely to see her using brighter colours.

    • reply Judy Belcher ,

      Congrats to Sandra and YEA! Dayle and Cynthia – a must have gift for yourself! Off to order immediately.

      • reply Sandra ,

        Thanks for the nod, Cynthia! And congrats to both you and Dayle on the new book. Looks wonderful. I just ordered it!

        • reply Christine Damm ,

          Intriguing book! I foresee several appearing in Christmas stockings in my family– great work!

          • reply tejae ,

            Lovely book to add to my collection. It’s beautiful! Great job cynthia & Dayle.

            • reply More Niche names ,

              […] official list of 2011 Niche Awards finalists has been posted. PCDaily pieced together our own list here, here and here in November. Pictures of the finalists have been added to the Niche site though it […]

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