Gera, I had no Idea we were neighbors. I love Sydney. I haven't visited there for a few years. Your work is outstanding. I have been a fan for a long time. Sorry you didn't get to Baltimore....it was incredible. The polymer community is like a huge close knit family. I came away with so much.
hi pam, i love!!!! your work. i have not posted all that i do, but i feel the crossover in our sense of artistry and design. if only i had time to make all the pieces i have drawn. you'd see what i mean. thank you again for the kind comments. anne
I am doing great. I have never done Tide fest. Are you going to try for Rags this year? I am. Hey, I am going to the big polymer clay conference in Baltimore at the end of Feb. I can't wait to meet some of my idols in the polymer world. I am showing a piece at the exhibition. Good to hear from you.
Pam....Amboy is in the foothills of Mt. St. Helen's, about 30 miles north of Vancouver, and about 3 hours from Seattle. I've been snowed in for a week now! I've been admiring your work, too. I adore polymer clay and am trying to figure out how to use it more in my jewelry. Thanks for inviting me to be your friend....Sharon
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