Look at the scratches and scribbles on LaLa Ortiz’ beads. She digs right in and gets to work.
While we sit here thinking about what materials she used, she’s carved (maybe…and/or drawn) with abandon. Energy and spontaneity make these beads interesting.
LaLa picked up the technique for these big hollow beads at Sandy Camp. There’s more on Instagram and Facebook.
It’s Monday. Let’s not think too much and dive in.
Hey! That’s me! Those are my big beads! New work just created at SDPCG’s Sandy Camp Retreat! I’m currently on a big hollow pod kick! Thank you for sharing my art Cynthia Hyslop Tinapple and for featuring me on Polymer Clay Daily! What an honor!
More of my artwork is on my FB page :
I made forms with scrap clay covered in foil, made hollow pieces with white Kato over more scrap and after the heat cure I colored with Caran d’ Ache Neocolor water soluble pastels. Then I scratched with a needle tool.
LaLa your famous!!! I’m glad I create with you at Sandy Camp late into the night/morning. We sure had some late ones didn’t we?
Ashley, LOL! Almost famous! 😀
Is 7 am late or early! I don’t know how you made it to work every day! You’re a trooper!