Monthly Archives: June 2012

New Copper Medallion Necklace in an Ancient Theme

I love leaves, particularly ones with lots of texture.  My friend Clark has a fig tree.  Every spring he brings me small leaves that I can use to create molds for my work with metal clay.  I’ve got quite a … Continue reading

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The Other Side of the Hollow Forms Class

Thought for the day:  “We must be willing to let go of the life we planned in order to have the life that is waiting for us.”  Joseph Campbell Well, I’d planned to be at the top of the technology … Continue reading

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Dramatic Hollow Forms

It’s here!  My hollow forms in silver metal clay class starts tomorrow.  We had to change the venue.  I’m now hosting the class in my home studio in Escondido.  Let the cleaning begin!!! I love this technique because it allows … Continue reading

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Metals Week Opportunities

There are so many wonderful things to look forward to this summer!  One of the best is Metals Week, part of the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program for Adults.  My mentor Deb Jemmott, jeweler and teacher extraordinaire, organizes Metals Week each … Continue reading

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My first post!

Welcome to my first post on my new blog!!! I know this looks like my second post, but the one that precedes this was written by my husband in January as a test piece when he first started thinking about … Continue reading

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