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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Tags: Lindly Haunani, polymer clay color, Polymer Clay Events
Just as the Washington DC area is digging out from two major snow storms within a week (and the accompanying cabin fever) … it is snowing again! I am looking forward to the Cabin Fever Clay Fest in Laurel this weekend and Synergy2 in Baltimore the next week!
I am still recovering from my surgery and getting stronger each day. I am grateful for all of the support I have received throughout the past couple of months and have enjoyed the calls, emails, cards and flowers!
Tags: Kathleen Dustin, Lindly Haunani, Maggie Maggio, Polymer Clay Color Inspirations, Polymer Clay Events, polymer clay history, Seth Savarick
I just received the newest issue of Art Jewelry Magazine (January 2010) in the mail today and there are several items of interest to the polymer enthusiast…
A Conversation with Kathleen Dustin
- Go Big with Lightweight Polymer Clay by Seth Savarick
- Announcement of two upcoming Polymer events this February= Synergy2: Exploring Connections and 3rd Annual Cabin Fever Clay Fest Conference
…And a very nice mention of our book Polymer Clay Color Inspirations. Hope you are having a colorful, peaceful holiday weekend.
Tags: colorful exhibitions, Leslie Blackford, Lindly Haunani, polymer clay, polymer clay history
Here is a sneak peek = kalediescoped image – via KrazyDad’s online kaleidoscope tool of the collaborative piece that Leslie Blackford and myself have made for the upcoming Synergy2 exhibit (both online and in Baltimore this February). It was certainly a lot of fun to make.
The excitement about this exhibit is building- you can participate in an online contest to identify the artists who participated in Laurie Mikas collaborative “quilt” here. Continue reading ‘Colorful Sneak Peek…’
Tags: Lindly Haunani, Polymer Clay Color Inspirations, polymer clay color mixing
Colour Lovers is a very interesting and dynamic site = Color + Design Community for Creative Inspiration (last count 259,353 members) and includes forums, patterns,palettes, trends, a blog and a store.
One of the recent posts that I particularily enjoyed was on the Colors of Frida Kahlo.
When visiting a blog entitled “Rogue Elephant” – I wasn’t surprised to find that the author, Warren Feld, wouldn’t by shy about posting his point of view (along with a sense of humor). While there are dozens of articles in the archives, the one I found most interesting =
“Rethinking the Teaching of Color to Beaders and Jewelry Makers OR How Jewelry Designers Should Approach Color “….
Note: not a “quick” read rather a 45 page PDF– which makes for colorful reading. I would be interested to hear your reactions.