Can't wait to see more pictures tomorrow. I love the things you made so far. Bronze clay! How cool is that! I'm so envious, I wish I had a kiln so I could play too.Have you gone to Kate's site? She's in FRANCE teaching and the pictures are awesome. I would love to go if she does it next year. Of course that would mean buying less beads. And I am a bead alcoholic, maybe I should start my 12 step program now.Thanks for sharing your class Gail. It was wonderful to see those pictures.
Hi, I don't know you,... but I DO know the inventor of the Bronze Clay!! He is my Uncle Bill! I am just fascinated by all the talent you have and others, who have used the clay thus far!! I know he and Lacey Ann are happy that they have come up with something that will help artists in many, many years to come!!! You all seem to be so excited about it,... that is just wonderful!!!!Kathi Sircy Des Moines, IA
Hi Kathi...glad you stopped by the blog. Bill and Lacey Ann are just wonderful. They were the "rock stars" of the PMC conference. The clay is amazing and will give my work a different direction. Hi Patricia...I have been watching Kate's site. I will be in Paris in October and can't wait to hit some of their flea markets for things to incorporate into found object jewelry.
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