The class is perfect for beginners. Those with more experience will benefit from Sherman’s vast storehouse of tips and tricks. And anyone who is interested in sculpting should not pass this class up. It starts on October 12 at the Mt. Airy Learning Tree. For complete information, press here.
The newest original video on our YouTube Channel.
If you would like to see more of Darleen’s work and some of Sherman’s, I did a companion post on my blog, here.
Martha Aleo, Deputy Blogger
PAPCG members continue to support the Annual Fundraiser with their donations. Denise Pettit is giving an Art Woman T-Shirt, Arlene Finocchiaro, a garden sculpture, glass beads, pin and necklace, Sherman Oberson, a necklace by Melanie West, Barbara Egnor is supplying Premo and an amalgram carrier tool, Pat Eisele, two Dayle Doroshow and a Lisa Pavelka DVDs, and Ann Tolman is adding two strands of glass beads and abalone to the prizes that will be available at the Fundraiser on May 20. These are in addition to the items already contributed by members Gladys Higgins, Perrie Layton, and Emily Squires Levine. Thanks to all members who have contributed. If you would like to donate (and have your name on the blog in BOLD letters) please contact Denise Pettit and bring your item to the next meeting. There are more vendor donations, too, and they will be listed on the blog soon.