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Polymer Clay Fun

For some reason I like this. I have had a very cold Winter so the things I create maybe a little odd

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Polymer clay tool holder

I’ve been doing a lot of Spring cleaning and haven’t had much time to play with my clay . I made this polymer clay container, boy did it feel great to relax

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Polymer Clay

This little odd creature is ready for the oven. I think I’ll make this a brooch

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How long does it take to become a successful Artist

I was speaking at an event the other day and was asked a question. “How long does it take to become successful in this field?” (“This Field” being a professional artist.) I paused for a moment, knowing that my response would be something that perhaps may sway the future artists in the rooms decision, and I told them the truth as I have come to know it. 731 more words

March 15 Woman of the Day: Augusta Savage

Born on February 29, 1892 in Green Cove Springs, Florida, August Savage (Augusta Christine Fells) became an important African American artist and arts educator. ¬†Information about this multitalented sculpture can be found… 47 more words


The striking likeness

An artist (left) with a caricatured face looks on with horror as a bust falls on the head of the Lord, the sitter, who jumps and shrieks with pain, his foot breaking the window (right).

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Prints & Drawings

Surreal getting real

This is The King Playing the Queen by Max Ernst, made in 1944 in the US.

It was shown at the recent Paris exhibition, but I wonder why the curators didn’t present the whole story. 250 more words