Colorful Collection…

donnabookLast night…deep into the night of intermittent sleeping- I chanced upon a late night info-commercial for a “miracle” face moisturizer. What caught my attention was not the product, rather the actress promoting the product. As I pondered  as to just exactly when she turned completely gray, added bifocal glasses and the focus of the camera had changed… = time passes.

Then, in not a sleep inducing moment, I realized that I had been collecting polymer clay art work for twenty years. More about  that later.

However, I am delighted to say that several of the pieces in Donna Kato’s new book- are indeed part of my collection. If you would like to order an autographed copy of The Art of Polymer Clay: Millefiori Techniques please visit here =  for a very nice addition to any comprehensive library of  polymer clay books.


2 Responses to “Colorful Collection…”

  1. 1 Susan Gantz January 12, 2009 at 5:08 pm

    I too have collected for 25 years, and have many pieces which I could never afford today (e.g. early McGuire, Volkas,Cormier, Ford/Forlano, Dustin, Balombini, Kato, and Huanani). I use the money from selling my work to purchase work of those I admire. I was delighted to see your recent lei nominated for high honors both because I love it, and because I own it! I’m hoping to attend at least one of your claying afternoons in Arlington, susan

  2. 2 Dan March 1, 2009 at 11:31 pm

    There are so many cool ideas that polymer clay artists come up with.

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