"Oh my goodness! Your work is so blowing my mind. It's beautiful and so amazingly ingenious. I have never seen such clever work made with polymer clay before. Absolutely stunning. I posted your web site on my FB page. I want others to see it too."
"Hey there, welcome. This is a nice group to be a part of. Your delicate little dresses touch something inside of me. Does that sound corny? I felt a tug on my heart strings. Lovely , just plain lovely."
Half of a napkin holder creates a shelf where a toy tin teacup and saucer rests holding a wild eyed tin toy bunny. A piece of tin with an image of a happy moon is encased in a vintage tin toy watch looks on in approval. An Erector set piece is used…
Thanks so much for your comment on my chameleon brooch! I'm collaborating with a local potter (Alexis Templeton), who is making porcelain cabochons for me glazed with her signature crystalline glaze. When she gave me this one, I just knew it was a lizard eyeball! The brooch itself turned out quit big, 4", but luckily it struck someone's fancy, and I was able to find a happy customer to take it home.
"Thanks John... Loved following your posts and imagine my sentiments regarding techie jeweley making to concur with yours. I'm more so an fan of ancient techniques... The hand of the artist seen in the work... Although the scientific mind of…"
- by Rebecca Rose. 2013, SNAG/crafthaus Scholarship Recipient
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