Connecticut’s Libby Mills feels caught in a creative undertow (what a great image) brought on by summer events, a class with Robert Dancik and preparations for her guild’s Klay Karma retreat.

See what Libby’s frenzy has produced by reading her blog and looking at her new metal and polymer clay work. As a bonus, you’ll get a peak at her workspace.

  • reply Libby Mills ,

    Thanks for the link Cynthia! Robert Dancik’s class really got me fired up. Btw, he mentioned he’ll be giving a presentation at the NPCG’s Synergy Conference

    The Klay Karma Retreat is actually the product of the hard work of the Central Massachusetts and New Hampshire Polymer Clay Guilds. They’ve very conveniently arranged it for the off years of the So. CT Polymer Clay Guild’s Clay ConneCTion Retreat (my local guild) so that there is a wonderful polymer clay retreat here in New England every summer.

    • reply Trina Williams ,

      And out here on the West Coast we are preparing for Sandy Camp IX hosted by the legendary San Diego PCG fpr this coming October. Registration opens for members this week! Yay

      • reply jana roberts benzon ,

        Grrrr….Trina….I’m so bugged that I don’t get to come to Sandy Camp this year. Didn’t know I was scheduling a workshop during SC time, and it was too late once I’d found out.

        I just want to add that I LOVE Sandy Camp! It’s one of the very best retreats out there. The organizers are so on-the-ball, and no detail is not attended to….it runs like clock-work! It has just the right mix of activities, the surroundings are amazing and the people simply wonderful. I highly recommend that clayers try to attend this event…it’s one of the very, very best!!

        • reply jana roberts benzon ,

          Sorry for a second post here, but I didn’t want to ignore your feature of Libby…..Libby’s work just keeps changing and evolving and it’s so fun to watch. Love her blog too. Can’t wait to attend Klay Karma….so many great pc’ers to meet and play with, Libby among them!

          • reply Amy Crawley ,

            Libby’s new work is awesome! I love the colors. Isn’t it amazing how a workshop will boost the creative juices.

            • reply Debbie Goodrow ,

              Libby is not only a great artist, always exploring the possibilities of polymer clay, but an incredibly sharing person also. I’m lucky enough to be in the same guild with her, and have seen so many extremely varied items she has produced. Every last one worthy of an ooh-ahh.

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