The European Guild for Polymer Clay People is one year old. Their membership roster lists artists from all over the world with links to charming web sites from villages in wonderfully remote locations.
These newcomers to the polymer clay community bring an enthusiasm and fearlessness as well as a fresh perspective. I loved the look of Slovenia’s RobertaM’s extrusion-covered bead. Even though her clay was dry and not quite conditioned, the resulting patterns make it look like stitching or fabric.
Happy birthday to the guild and thanks for your continuing contributions to the craft!
Synergy Icebreakers: Where else in the world can you stare at a woman’s chest, walk right up to her and ask, “Is that yours?”
We’re at the Baltimore conference early for general grunt work and set-up. Meeting old friends and making new is lovely, no matter how jet-lagged and road weary we are. (Left to right: Dorothy Greynolds, Meisha Barbee, Hollie Mion wearing Ann Monheit’s work)
Melanie West ,
â€œIs that yours?â€
ROTFLMAO! Cynthia, you are toooo funny! Thanks for the good laugh this morning, where many of us are frantically traveling to Baltimore.
And a big Happy Birthday to the European Guild for Polymer Clay People!
Whew – one year already – happy birthday to the european guild. That reminds me to check in there more often – yes – I’m a member:)
I’m sitting here at Cincinnati Airport waiting for my connecting flight to Baltimore. Imagine – the flight will have a delay – I’m taking off here at 8:30 pm…hope to be at the Tremont at about 11….cya there….I’m soooo tried;)
Thank you so much for featuring the European Guild…..membership has gone through the roof the last 48 hours…..now I know why!
It’s wonderful to see life again in the forum after the hard work that has gone into it!
Many Thanks – Kylee (Lunes Bijoux) EPCP Founder