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 [...]
Patsy Cline said it so well…some days things just are NOT all together. That’s how it is right now for the purple faerie ball joint doll that I am making. First the cat stole one of her lower arms—luckily I have made a paper under-body pattern that I am testing and it was no problem [...]
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. [...]
Sometimes part of getting on with new business in the new year includes those little bits of business from before. Like preparing and filing taxes, FAFSA forms and other paperwork, updating my resume and all that other stuff needed for going forward, so I’ve been diligent.
I’m even getting pages from my old website re-formatted [...]
As the wheel of the seasons keeps turning and Winter Solstice is coming right up, I’m reminded as always to take a good hard look at what I’ve done this year and what I’d like to do next. Some recent health issues have made me exceeding grateful for good health and creative energies when I [...]
I’m having a productive and exhilarating Fall semester at Front Range Community College, taking classes and getting ready for the upcoming International Quilt Festival in Houston and also for our FRCC Art Club’s Creative Celebration sale at the Firehouse Art Center in Longmont, Colorado. We’ve got musical guests No Evil lined up to play for [...]
I’m done with summer at school, and gearing up during our three week break to get ready for the Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival! I’m very happy to be doing a show like this that is closer to home and doesnt involve flying!
I hope that people will come and say hello and check out [...]
Previously I posted about the two millefiore face canes that I just made using Kato polyclay.
I spent a couple of days playing “dress up” to create Victorian style ladies, dancehall girls and some honkytonk angels (as well as miniature masks for the upcoming swap and more lentil beads–its been a very busy [...]