Every once in a while I work on the 40" altered doll. I found some great tattered wings in the Halloween section at Goodwill. She's high up on a shelf overlooking my work table....reminding me to get busy.
A very nice article in our local newspaper. Sun City West Independent does a spectacular job in promoting our local art fair which is coming up Nov. 5th. They feature various artists in the weeks leading up to the fair. I am thrilled to be included.
I found the below spiral icicle pattern (click HERE) that is very similar to the discontinued Bead's Knees' crystal icicle ornament pattern I used in the photo above (click HERE). I will be making some of these for the holidays.
I participated in a Black and White cane swap at the Arizona Polymer Clay Guild's Annual Retreat in Prescott, Az. I have not done any caning in a long time so I kept it simple. My hand is still not OK, but, boy, it felt good to work with clay again!
I was happy with what I accomplished and had fun making a huge mess.
I'm using some of the canes to cover glass bowls and some to cover eggs.
I ran the black and white scraps through the pasta machine until they were a beautiful gray color. And then......made gray and white canes.