Polymer finery was on display all weekend. Some of these were new works, some old favorites. Top left is Kathleen Dustin, Julie Eakes’ framed extravagence on the right with Jeff Dever’s new work in the center (on Hollie Mion). The lavish seascape on the bottom is Laura Timmins’. Bottom right is elegance from Sandra McCaw.
You can enter to win the event t-shirt (printed with a shimmering version of Elise Winters’ art) until midnight (ET) Tuesday! Thanks for all the comments.
Wednesday night’s online class at Craftcast features Patrik Kusek combining metal clay and polymer using “warm” connections.
More artwoks of museum quality! I’m wondering if the entire event was documented in some way so that a DVD or book might be available later on for those who could not attend. Thanks Cynthia, for keeping us updated!
Melanie J Pierce ,
Speechless… *and that’s a rare occurrence! Breathtaking pieces…. 🙂
I wish I was there.
Drooling over the images………
Robin Torgerson ,
I am fairly new to polymer clay and am floundering out here in he desert by myself. I look forward every day to what you bring us. This is the best of the best!! Thanks so much, Robin
Beverley Start ,
Thank you so much for these posts – it must be hard to keep sending things out into the void. Rest assured, they’re greatly enjoyed and appreciated!
Gorgeous! (no surpise…)
Pamela Maxfield ,
I would Love to win this T-shirt! Gorgeous work and i really appreciate the newsletters. Very inspirational!
Thanks, pam M
Thanks so much for these inspiring photos! I hope to see many more from this historic event!
That was so sweet of you to buy a t-shirt to give away to one of your subscribers, thanks for all you do Cynthia, it is so much appreciated, please know that!
Sherrie Brittig ,
So beautiful–can’t see the show until Thanksgiving, so thanks for a glimpse into the artists’ work now!
Can we buy an event T-shirt? I would love to have one.
Allyson – I was under the impression that they just printed a limited quantity (and we were snapping them up). You might contact the RAM gift shop to see if they still have some.
i’d love to see more! living so far away makes it impossible to see it all in natural.
a DVD would be soooo cool, then at least i could get to see all the art work!!
I’m so inspired. Geez. I love how yours looked Cynthia! xo