McCaw Page

Here’s a page that will wake up your Monday morning. Sandra McCaw has published a web page of her work. One page is all we get so far and her work is stunning.

In case you missed it a few months back, you can view a McCaw cane building demo that I photographed at ShrineMont more than ten years ago.

Sandra has moved to Massachusetts and joined up with polymer clay artists there. Judy Dunn sent the link along. Judy’s blog is a fun read too.

Leftovers

Susan Rose made these lovely vessels out of the leftovers from her extrusions class. What a wonderful use of materials.

If you haven’t wandered around in her polymerclaynotes site recently, you’ll want to revisit it. Every time I turn around there’s some fabulous germ of an idea or tool or technique that has totally eluded me. Very inspiring!

Turkish Art


Alev Gözonar is a polymer clay artist from Istanbul, Turkey. While the site’s a little wonky to wander around in and the language left me clueless, it’s a terrific presentation and a nice look at the surprisingly modern polymer clay art sensibilities of another culture. Simple canes and clay work are displayed in an artful and unusual way. If you click on her press section, you’ll see great magazine clippings of her work.

Thanks for Judy Dunn for forwarding this along.

Yellow House


Here’s a lovely piece by California’s Julie Picarello. The piece hints at Julie’s earlier 20-year career designing integrated circuits with computer-aided design tools. Her unusual use of watch parts is intriguing and her color palettes are inviting. Take a peek. Thanks to "River" for the link.

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