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Kay Carol & Priscila | Gallery and Working Art Studios

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This is a great time for new beginnings, and I’ve got several in the works in this new year. I’ve relocated my studio space to 364 Main Street in Longmont, where I am making new art, giving classes, and finishing projects that have been in the works for a while. Here’s the start of a [...]

The Sun And The Moon

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 [...]

Masks & More Masks

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 [...]

…With Bright Shiny Faces!

“Good morning to you! Good morning to you–we’re all in our places, with bright shiny faces. Is that any way to start out the day?” or so we sang it in Camp Fire Girls when I went to summer camp. The singing and being in the woods were my favorite parts. Crafts were ok there, [...]

Some More Mini Masks

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 [...]

Masks and More

I just returned from the Tougaloo College Summer Art Colony in Jackson Mississippi. This year was #12 for this week long celebration of art. Its also the second time that I’ve been there as an instructor. Our class made masks, spirit dolls, icons and boxes, beads and more…all with polymer clay. Click [...]

When the Spirit Doll Moves!

I’ve been having fun playing with face masks, dolls, and beads. All the cotton jersey that I’ve previously dyed has been cut into fat quarters for making into doll bodies and spirit doll kits. I’ve got some premade bodies that were dyed as well, and I’ve put together dozens of kits. Now I’m ready to [...]

What Mask Today?

“What Mask Today?” Thats the question that is posed in Valerie Aharoni’s beautifully articulated miniature polymer clay mask. Shown here in closed and open versions, Valerie’s mask has a variety of different looks, depending upon how it is arranged. Submitted to the Internet Miniature Mask Swap 2006, hers is a colorful take on an age-old [...]

Masks!

Work is well started on photographs for this years new book “The Art Of Polymer Clay Masks”. There are somewhere around 350 miniature masks in my collection from a decade of Miniature Mask Swaps with my claying friends on the Internet. I’ve had them all tucked away awaiting the time for photos–and thats now! I’ll [...]