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 (www.cgaf.com). Katrina Delgado, the special events director graciously invited members of the South Florida Jewelry Arts Guild (www.sfjag.org) 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 (http://creativejourneystudios.blogspot.com). 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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