Posts Tagged 'color workshop'

Upcoming Workshop in New York City…

 Confident Color/ Tropical Flower Inspirations
Two day workshop with Lindly Haunani
Saturday June 5th and Sunday June 6th, 2010

For registration details please visit the New York City Polymer Clay Guild’s web site here

 Make a sumptuous tropical floral arrangement using simple polymer clay canes that can be used as a focal point for a necklace or be worn as a brooch. Several of the most amazing, inspiring joys of nature including torch ginger, birds of paradise, orchids, ferns and palm fronds will provide inspiration.

Lindly will walk you through designing and mixing a cohesive color scheme that includes lights, darks, petals, leaves and appropriate background colors for your cane collages.

Then learn how to construct the blended canes and practice some useful sculpting strategies. Pulling the assemblage together, as a series of wearable color sample brooches will be part of the fun learning experience

Join Lindly Haunani, a nationally recognized colorist for a fun and illuminating weekend workshop. While you may know just what colors you like, exactly how to mix them, using them in harmonious combinations can be challenging. Learn how to add impact to your polymer clay work with increased color confidence. Ask questions, be ready to laugh and increase your color confidence.

This workshop is appropriate for a beginner or as a refresher/expansion course for the more experienced polymer clay artist. 

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Upcoming Workshop in San Diego

I will be teaching Textile Inspirations: Stripe Blends Gone Wild in San Diego on April 17th & 18th – more information can be found here

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Colorful Links…

analyzingcollagecolors2Two weeks ago I had the opportunity to teach a workshop for the Southern Connecticut Polymer Clay Guild- Dancing with the Rainbow- . Two of the artists in the group have posted about their experiences on their blogs

The European polymer clay community has a new web site- Voila!  This week their design focus is “Colour” 

It has been delightful to read Jeanette Kandray’s new blog- as she works through the exercises and projects in Polymer Clay Color Inspirations- which includes her experiments with Kato clay primaries.

Our  book is featured in the November 09 issue of Crafternews- a newly launched crafts newsletter – the “Read Full Article” link brings readers to a summary of the book, sample pages, and links to reviews.

Cabin Fever Clay Festival…

Registration for Cabin Fever Clay Festival 2010 will be opening soon…in the meantime Kathryn Ottman has started posting information about the classes on the Festival’s blog- (and take a look at last year’s events).

 

 

“CFCF 2010 is just around the corner. This will be the 3rd year of this hands-on instruction rich event. This year, we have a couple of metal clay offerings as well as many new polymer clay project classes. Pre-conference workshops will run from Friday, 19 Feb. through Sunday, 21 Feb. and include instructors Jeff Dever, Lindly Haunani, Maggie Maggio, Barbara McGuire, Nan Roche, and Cindy Silas. Additional conference fun begins on Sunday, 21 Feb. and runs through Thursday Feb. 25. Instructors include Tony Aquino, Maureen Carlson, Louise Fisher Cozzi, Dayle Doroshow, Grant Diffendaffer, Laurie Mika, Kathryn Jo Ottman, Lisa Pavelka, Sarah Shriver, and Ronna Sarvas Weltman. Registration will begin in early August. For additional information, please send an email to: cabinfeverclayfestival@yahoo.com or check back on the festival  blog. We hope to see you there!”

The Gift of the Color Explorers…

colorexplorers2005In November 2005,  a very special group of artists  – Dayle Doroshow, Jan Frame, Hollie Mion, Judy Kuskin, Carole Simmons and Cynthia Tinapple-  agreed to meet with  Maggie Maggio and myself  –  as “Color Explorers”.

What a  fun and illuminating week we all had at a spectacular vacation rental, The Butterfly House,  north of Santa Fe, New Mexico  …  and Yes!

  • we made margaritas and watched the sun go down on the patio
  • composed round poems and laughed while  John elegantly scribed the words down in straight lines
  • we watched water fountains gather in the midst of a couple of spectacular Tibetan singing bowls
  • made omelets from freshly gathered eggs
  • hiked the nearby mountains
  • gathered small bags  of sacred healing earth at the shrine…. Continue reading ‘The Gift of the Color Explorers…’

Upcoming Workshop at the Artway …

cabinI will be teaching “Textile Inspirations in Polymer Clay- Stripe Blends Gone Wild” this summer –  Saturday August 22nd and Sunday 23rd- at the Artway  in Damascus, Maryland. To register 800 844 0138

 

 

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Textile Inspirations in Boston…

bargello4I will be presenting my workshop = Combining  Colors with Confidence  /Textile Inspirations for Bead Designer’s International  in Lexington (Boston) MA, April 25th and 26th. The registration is now open to non-members and the  information is here.  You can see this class in action in NYC at Sculpt.com or view the results of Rita Simm, who took her “homework”  from this workshop very seriously here.

 

Combining Colors with Confidence/Textile Inspirations –two day workshop

logcabinweb1  Join Lindly Haunani, a nationally recognized colorist for a fun and illuminating weekend workshop. While you may know just what colors you like, exactly how to mix them (or not), using them in harmonious combinations can be challenging. Learn how to add impact to your work with increased color confidence while learning several valuable skills for working with polymer clay. Continue reading ‘Textile Inspirations in Boston…’


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