Have you heard the good news? The International Polymer clay Guild has gone…well International! And now, The folks outside the US are ramping up to bring the Americans visions of wonderful clay works created by people most of us have not heard of. Check out the full write up on Anke’s BlogI am so looking forward to seeing new beautiful works of art from new people (well, new to me!)
November 20th, 20091 Comment, personal challenge, polymer clay, by Dragonsglass.
Wow, it sure is dusty in here. I have been hiding out in the studio playing with some of the techniques that were shown at the IPCG retreat. Someday I may have a few more items to share with you. I am also fine tuning my meteor beads, have written a tutorial and it is out in the Beta testers hands. Once I get a report back, and add my tweaks I will be putting either in my Artfire Store or submitting it to The Polymer Cafe for publication. Either way I will let everyone know. Life in the Briefer-Gose household has also been a wee bit insane (which I personally love). We are (more like me) trying to declutter and sell some items we have never use or no longer use. So, between the studio, daily life chores, and the declutering, my blogging time took the cut. I promise to blog more…soon.
and ready to head to Chicago for the IPCG retreat. I can’t wait! But, alas I must since my plane doesn’t leave until tomorrow at 6:02AM. So, while I am waiting (this morning) I decided that the FIRST IPCG retreat needed to be celebrated in a way only an artist can so. I had my hair colored. What is neat about it is that the coloring agent is vegitable….so no chemicals to harm my brain Without further ado….here is my new do! I promise to post from the retreat, pictures and everything.