It’s been an exciting few weeks that felt like a mini-month! We’ve rearranged a bit at KCP Gallery to make room for showing and doing lots of new artwork, and we are getting ready for the return to school and for Fall.
Things we’ve been working towards all summer are showing results, and it’s great [...]
I just finished making my first ball jointed doll, and its been a fun filled learning curve. I’ve made many dolls, but she’s the most complex. Kato Polyclay is extremely tough and durable, and after sanding has a beautiful skin-like texture. I used a 12.5 oz. block of beige/flesh and had around 3 oz. [...]
It’s still feeling very summery here at 95 degrees this August day…but at night there’s a hint in the air that Autumn is coming. And it’s here right now in this picture!
Pictures, pictures, all day long…I edited them all morning, and finished 35 pictures, and then took 50 more. I reshot 2 dozen [...]
School starts up again for me at Front Range Community College in just two weeks, so I am pushing hard to get photographs taken and edited for my upcoming book “A Collection Of Polymer Clay Masks”. I expect there will be somewhere between 400 and 500 mask images once I get them all done. Most [...]
I’ll be bringing my hand-colored textiles, ceramic and polymer clay faces, beads, baubles, bags, and books to Nomad Beads at 1909 9th St., Boulder, Colorado for a special Sunday Sampler from 12-4 PM on Sunday May 9th.
Celebrate the memorable moms in your life with components for making Spirit Dolls, Hand Beads, Face Pendants, Wearable [...]
Judith Skinner and I will be at the 37th annual International Quilt Festival in Hoston Texas October 14-18 at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
We’ll be there in booths #1848 and #1850, with Fun Polymer Clay Jewelry By Judith Skinner and Sarajane’s Polyclay Gallery. We’re bringing jewelry, beads, faces, spirit doll kits, face bags, [...]
I’ve been so busy with school this summer that I haven’t had two spare minutes to rub together. There’s been no time to work on the taking photos and putting together new books, but the summer semester is almost done, and Fall semester includes an independent study where I’ll be doing those exact things–what a [...]