Saturday, February 7, 2009

Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Creating a weave cane

My friend and clay buddy, Suzanne I. and I had a clay day on Friday and created a weave cane by Lisa Clarke in Polymer Cafe. We try to get together almost every week at one of our houses. We had a great time figuring out the technique. I have included photos of the canes.
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Labels: canes, caning with polymer clay, weave
Monday, January 26, 2009
Working on spring goodies
I think of Spring as a wonderful time of the year! A fresh renewing of everything. A time to present new jewelry ideas you have swirling around in your head and on paper. I love pastels and naturals-fits in with spring fashions so well. I also get carried away with polymer caned flowers. I want to use create and use them in all of my pieces, sometimes to the point of saturated sweetness which can be boring. I am just drawn to creating flower canes. I am trying to broaden my portfolio and be more abstract in my pieces, both in polymer clay and metal clay.
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Thursday, January 22, 2009
I'm ready to create !!!!!!!!
I have a bunch of ideas swirling around my head. I am feeling anxious wanting to hurry up and try my ideas. I fired earrings and charms for a bracelet in my kiln. Now I'm going to clean them and tumble them. I can't wait to finish my bracelet as a sample for my sample case and wear it. of course. I'm also trying to get trans. polymer clay conditioned (all I have is Kato and it is pretty stiff) for a dragonfly cane. I also want to make a necklace and earrings in black circles, dry brushed with silver.
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Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Paisley cane

I have been thinking, planning and creating a paisley design cane in my head and now I have it finished. However, I had different colors in mind. These are what I used in the photo. I plan to make another cane using pastel colors and a different design.
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Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Fine Wine Shoe in Fuller Exhibit

I'm very proud to announce that my Fine Wine Shoe has been accepted into the Fuller Museum Travelling Exhibit. The shoe will be travelling with others works of art, in several mediums, that tell a story around the U.S. this year.
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Labels: Fine Wine shoe, polymer clay, Tells a story, Travelling exhibit
Jewelry by Marilyn: Comtemplating Brand New Year!
Jewelry by Marilyn: Comtemplating Brand New Year!
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Comtemplating Brand New Year!
What can a brand new year bring? Many things. It can bring change, if I let it. It can be exciting, challenging, new, different, productive and positive. What I can do is set my goals to reflect all these adjectives. I tend to think the negative if my plan or project doesn't work out the first time I try something new, but lack of patience is the culprit. I am usually in a hurry to see the end result, which may not be in my best interest or interest of the piece of jewelry I'm creating. I will try diligently to be more focused on one project until I see it to a finished piece of jewelry. Being proud and excited about new work in metal clay and polymer clay is the reward and, therefore, I will take whatever time needed to accomplish my goal.
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Labels: focused, goals, jewelry, new work, new year, patience
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