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Into The Forest, the long-awaited collaborative polymer installation spearheaded by Laura Tabakman, Julie Eakes and Philadelphia’s own Emily Squires Levine. opens this Friday at the Spinning Plates Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA. I can scarcely believe that it’s been more than a year since Laura announced the project at EuroSynergy in July, 2016 and…
There are a lot of things of interest happening in November.
Terri Powell (ArtSci Designs ) is showing at the Dominion Hills Fall Craft Show, Arlington, VA on November 4. For more information, press here.
Into The Forest opens in Pittsburgh on November 10. For more information press here.
The regularly scheduled guild meeting is November 15. The Demo artist informed us she is not available until January. Does anyone have any ideas?
Liz Swartz and Denise Pettit are showing at the Haverford Guild of Craftsmen Holiday Show on November 18 and 19. For more information, press here.
Our next meeting is Sunday, September 17 and the theme is, you guessed it, Textures! We’ll demo how to make your own texture plates,stamps and texture wheels. After lunch we’ll use all the textures we created in a variety of ways. Bring your favorite texture sheets, stamps and cutters and some scrap clay to play along. Don’t forget show and tell as well.
When: Sunday September 17th 10am-4pm
Where: Sydney hillman 22 S. 22nd street
Second floor, make a right and go through the rec. room to the union hall.
October 15: Liz Schwartz demos bracelets
November 19: Gloria Davis demos paper clay
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I learned how to make hollow stacked beads and hollow pod-shaped beads. I learned that hollow pod-shaped beads were only a starting point and that I could take the clay wherever I wanted it to go. I learned how to assess whether a given paint would work with polymer clay. I…
There will be no July or August Meeting. Things resume in September. Have a great summer, I hope to see some of you at Synergy . In the meantime, here is some polymer related news of interest.
CharmedImSur has accommodations for overnight guests. Click here for more information.
Guild Master Class with Claire Maunsell September 9-10. Surface Design and Hollow Forms. Additional information including cost and registration is forthcoming.
Synergy 4 conference comes to King of Prussia this summer. If you haven’t signed up yet now is the time. Hotel rooms must be booked by July 20th to get the discount rate.
The International Polymer Clay Association Conference will be in the Philadelphia area this August. There will be Seminars and master classes, a gallery of work for sale as well as supplies, an auction and gala and much much more. You’ll get to meet polymer clay artists from around the world and some of the biggest names in Polymer. You won’t want to miss out.
For more information about this exciting event Click Here. Besides the conference there is also a Retreat plus option. Our members get a discount for either option. to get the discount code please Contact me.
in addition their are now day passes available.
Membership – Join now
We were able to keep the membership fee to the low price of $40.00. Being a member helps support the guild and gives you the benefit of access to Guest Artist meetings which are member only, it also gives you a first shot to sign up for a master class and a discount at Blue Santa Beads in Media. Members also get a discount for the Synergy 4 conference.
Please sign up today using the PayPal link below.
Sherman Oberson demonstrated some pretty cool ways to make Mokume Gane with alcohol inks at the May meeting. Below are some examples including a candle holder lit by the glow of Sherman’s cell phone flashlight.
Sherman was kind enough to write up his tutorials for two versions of the technique which you may access below:
mokume gane alcohol
Remember, there will be NO MEETING IN JUNE. But we have some special things planned for next Fall, so stay tuned.