Sharon MacLeod
  • Amboy, WA
  • United States
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Amboy, Washington
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Studio artist and jewelry designer for over 20 years
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http://www.sharonmacleod.com, www.designforest.etsy.com

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At 8:36am on October 9, 2016, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 2:55pm on March 23, 2009, Grace Stokes said…
Sharon,

I just love the configurations and the patterns in your work - so cool!!
Simply gorgeous and very cool!!
At 8:01pm on January 30, 2009, Libby Mills said…
Thanks Sharon. I love all the movement in your new work.
At 8:21pm on December 28, 2008, Mary-Lynne Eason said…
Thanks for your kind words of encouragement. Hearing that you've been working at this for ten years really helps. After a year of working in clay, I'm easily frustrated that my work is less than perfect, but I'll keep at it. Your designs are an inspiration!

I've worked with fabrics for many years (sewing, quilting, smocking, designing a line of children's clothing that I marketed through a crafters organization, and teaching classes). I love working with color. After my mother died, I started making jewelry using her stash of antique buttons, and one thing led to another. The clay allows me to create original components, and work with unique color combinations. I've found it to be a wonderful creative outlet. I'm in the process of adding a 9'x9'space to my house that will be part pantry, part workspace, with lots of windows for natural light. I can't wait 'til it's finished and I can get back to working with my clay.
At 8:20am on December 24, 2008, Mary-Lynne Eason said…
Can I ask how long you've been doing this? 'Cause if it's been a really long time, there might be hope for me, too...I've only been doing polymer clay for less than a year and your technique looks impossibly refined from this vantage point
At 3:21pm on December 23, 2008, Mary-Lynne Eason said…
absolutely spectacular work
At 2:36pm on December 22, 2008, Pam Sanders said…
Sharon, I love your work. How far is Amboy from Bremerton Wa.?
At 12:15pm on December 15, 2008, Brigitte Martin said…
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