I make stuff. Some art, some craft. I also love to teach, in print or in person. I've been working with polymer clay since 1995 and I'm still discovering new ways to use it. The vintage buttons, postage stamp and game pieces items I've
hoarded collected is starting to reach critical mass, so I'll be posting finished mixed media projects soon.
I travel across the country conducting polymer clay workshops, and my favorite local venue is KanduBeads in Cheshire, CT. Here are my fall 2015 classes:
Hollow Polymer "Airbrushed Suede" Effect Pendant
Saturday, September 26, 2:00-5:00
In this fast-paced class, learn how to create this original "airbrushed suede" effect pendant. Master several techniques on the way to making an eye-catching piece. This class is almost full, so sign up soon!
Polymer Amulet Box Pendant
Saturday, October 24, 2:00-5:00
These polymer amulet boxes are sure to impress. They make great gifts and a perfect place to store your healing crystals or whatever you hold dear close to your heart. This class was popular at the international Bead&Button conference, and I'm pleased to bring it to KanduBeads.
Gilded Leaf Impression Brooch
Saturday, November 14, 2:00-5:00
Capture the intricate patterns of nature with texture and color in polymer clay for impressive one-of-a-kind brooches or pendants
KanduBeads is a fantastic bead store and resource located in the Watch Factory Shoppes at 116 Elm Street, Cheshire, CT. Contact the crazy people there at 203-439-8680 and visit their website at www.KanduBeads.com. Photography courtesy KanduBeads.