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Clean & Delineated

Karen Vanmol┬áis inspired by the architecture of the city and the texture of the natural landscape. “A city without a little nature works claustrophobic for me, but a nature landscape with no sign of humanity is too quiet for me. 30 more words

Laurie Prophater

Late to the Party

For several years I’ve been hearing a great deal about Pardo Translucent. Since I have POUNDS of translucent from several manufacturers, I didn’t think I needed to add another ounce of clay to my ‘stash’. 122 more words

Laurie Prophater

Challenging the Perception of Wearable Art

McKenna Hallet’s challenges herself create jewelry with low or no impact to our planet. “I want to create objects of art with a minimum of impact on OUR PLANET and to this end I will never use electricity or heat or corrosive chemicals to construct my jewelry and I will use as few items as possible from newly manufactured sources.” … 27 more words

Laurie Prophater

Exploration of Simple Patterns

Jill Hermans likes to take one idea and explore it to the max! “Sometimes I find that a simple pattern can be like an extremely catchy song. 141 more words

Laurie Prophater

Transformation Game

Gustavo Delgado considers making jewelry a ‘transformation game’. “My work in Jewellery attempts to explore the abstraction of shapes with the purpose of liberating them form their commonness. 144 more words

Laurie Prophater

Triptych Solution

With the house for sale, we are constantly looking for ‘tweaks’ that will make it more appealing to a potential buyer. We had one space that was just plain BORING!!! 157 more words

Laurie Prophater

Simple Forms with Pattern & Texture

If you take the time to read Alan Wallwork’s introduction, you will find that the spirit of his work lies in simplicity and a respect for the primitive and the natural. 46 more words

Laurie Prophater