Katie Way on PCDaily

Alaska’s Katie Way made this 12″x12″ polymer and reclaimed wood piece for the silent auction at her son’s Spanish immersion school.

Katie’s been in high gear with circles and reclaimed wood lately and if you’re a circle lover, you’ll need some time to flip through Flickr to see how she works. Katie’s messy work table looks downright tidy to most of us. That woman knows how to use cutters to full advantage as texture tools! Here she is on Facebook.

Her torn edges, judiciously placed color and big energetic doodles highlighted with a wash of dark paint speak a language all their own.

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  • reply Lanette Holland ,

    I’m interested in work spaces lately. What caught my eye about Katie’s was the the holder/display she made from clay for her Kemper cutters. Much better than my little drawers. Good thinking, Katie.

    • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

      Great works! Loved that you included the Flickr link, thanks! Looking forward to seeing what else reclaimed wood and polymer can produce when melded with imagination:)

      • reply Trina Williams ,

        Me too! Love the cutter stands. As I go about planning the assault on my very messy space I find myself browsing other’s places intstead of getting to work on my own!

        • reply Barb Lessen ,

          Loved her flicker photos!! Such cool work!!

          • reply Abigail Smycken Handmade ,

            I love the way she works with colors and all the shapes she makes are very original. I also love her color combinations and everything looks like 60s futurism, that’s what it reminded me of.

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