Mixed media melange

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There’s nothing like reading about snowy Vermont to get you primed for the season–unless it’s an article about Celie Fago in snowy Vermont.

The online issue of Woodstock Magazine is free. Flip to page 54 and you’ll see Celie in her studio teaching a class how to make one of her polymer bangles that’s loaded with rings of stone and beaded wires.

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The bracelet jangles with a collection of circles made from precious metal clays.

Celie mixes her media and I cheer when I find polymer holding its own in her rich melange of metals, beads and found objects. Browse her Etsy store, her blog and her Facebook page.

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  • reply Sherry Bailey ,

    What a lovely article! I took a workshop with Celie many many moons ago — I hope to do it again after I retire in 2016 to learn all I can about precious metal clays. She calls herself a “perfectionist” and she really is — which is wonderful!

    • reply Lyn Tremblay ,

      Thanks for sending me to Celie’s world through this wonderful article! Will have to add one of her courses to my bucket list. The bonus for today’s post was an intro to Woodsock Magazine and a whole world of free mags.

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