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12.16.14 |The Sequential Artists Workshop

A brief background on SAW: We opened our doors in January 2012 and we have accomplished so much, teaching comics to scores of students, opening our doors for a dozen or more art shows to hundreds of visitors, and partnered with more and more artists and organizations, all supporting our mission of nurturing and educating sequential artists and promoting sequential art and sequential art literacy in our culture. 74 more words

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Batts, Bamboo and more...

Our Guest Artist/Author today is Cathy Wycliff aka Luvswool

Recently, I received some nifty embellishment fibers from Zed (thanks again!) around the same time my Opulent order of batts was delivered, so I decided to combine two experiments. 298 more words

Wet Felting

Jerry Sciarrio as Pastor Gunderson

Pastor Gunderson is a character with whom I identify. The connection gets stronger with each production.  He’s trying to balance leading his flock with challenging them to grow to the best of their potential.

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12.9.14 |Cold Casting Demo by Jeff Huber

Want to make duplicates of your sculptures but don’t have a foundry? Ever thought about casting a tiny version of a piece to convince some @#$%! 132 more words

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pigments at war


dellisphelps reblogged this on formidable woman: toward a culture of gentleness and commented:

One of the most intense, luminous non-representational oil paintings I've ever seen.

Winter Plans and a Look Back

Well, I am glad this site is up to date! (this is Jen M BTW, director of communications and cornstarch)

Our group has been in existence for two years now and it’s time we had a good looking website. 221 more words

Dave Raynalds

1971-74:  BS Portland State University Earth Science           

1985- Present:  Woodworker, cabinet maker, fine arts frame                              1996-Present:  Amateur Astronomer                         

2010- Present:  Student in ceramics MAC

My training in geology, my woodworking experience and the attention I’ve paid to the night sky as an amateur astronomer have all influenced my ceramics. 129 more words

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