Horse lover Donna Kato sent us the work of fellow horse lover Wendy Jorre de St Jorre from Australia. Wendy created this Faux Turquoise Horse using Lynda Moseley's methods to great effect. Donna says that Wendy started out a [.
My friend Marcy attended Carol Simmons' workshop a few weeks ago and came home with a lovely cane. www.flickr.com/photos/marcympc/6275125940/in/photostream/ I asked for a few scrap pieces because I had an idea to try stretching a complex cane slice to create a sheet that could be turned into beads. There was a lot of red and purple in her cane so I put the scraps on a red base and stretched them out, then started slicing and wrapping.
Melissa Terlizzi's latest polymer reminds us to seize today. The piece is actually entitled Feeding Time at the Koi Pond. Convincing translucent splashes of water and fins flip over the edges of the crowded frame. Here's mor [.
https://flic.kr/p/dZpxsP | Happy Birthday | A 2 x 2.5 inch streaked clay piece that has been impressed with a paper stencil to create texture. It was covered with silver embossing powder prior to curing. After it was cured, I used 600 grit sandpaper to wear off just enough embossing powder to give it an antiqued look. Kato Clay.