Monthly Archives: October 2016

Putting Yourself Out There

Why do we create? Is it for yourself . . . . for a living . . . . for recognition? Whatever the motivation, it is nice to get feedback. This can be a passive act. . . . or … Continue reading

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The Art Show Jurying Process

I recently had the opportunity to learn about the jurying process for an international art show, Coconut Grove Art Festival ( Katrina Delgado, the special events director graciously invited members of the South Florida Jewelry Arts Guild ( to attend. … Continue reading

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Learning, Playing and Experiments

Going to Creative Journeys Studio is like receiving a big warm hug. It is a beautiful facility, run by two lovely (and talented) women, Ellen Prophater and Sue Sutherland ( They have a permanent gallery of polymer clay that documents … Continue reading

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Still Moving Forward

Long time no see, yeah I know. Sorry about that. But good things are happening and I have plenty to share. The class in Orlando went really well. Eleven lovely ladies joined me for our Earring Design class. Everyone successfully … Continue reading

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