Scroll right over to Kathleen Dustin’s new blog. Kathleen reports on her polymer clay workshop at the international bead conference in Istanbul. It’s a good read even though the conference was a bust. She struck up a friendship with Turkish artist Alev Gozonar whose large works (shown here) impressed Kathleen and she taught a great class.

Kathleen’s a newbie blogger and I’m sure that clicks from you would boost her enthusiasm and her numbers. She’s had 400 visitors so far. Let’s all go over to her place and party. Have a merry weekend.

  • reply Melanie West ,

    I have been following Alev’s work for over a year now, and have found it extremely exciting! Brava, Alev!! So innovative and beautiful!

    • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

      Welcome to the Blogosphere, Kathleen!

      Kathleen and Alev are both presenting at the Synergy Conference in February. I”m looking forward to meeting them!

      • reply Julie Picarello ,

        Alev’s bold, larger-than-life work combined with her colors and patterns are an inspiration to me. They are also an example of the incredible potential of polymer and a visual reminder that our art truly IS limited only by our imaginations. Thanks for a beautiful TGIF posting!

        • reply Lori G ,

          I love the monochromatic pieces. Off to check out her blog. Thanks for the heads up!

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