There’s lots of work going on right now behind the scenes at PolyMarket Press.
There are several new books underway, including polymer clay books by authors Debbie Jackson, Randee Ketzel and Kim Schlinke, a photo-novella of the turbulent 1980′s by Ricardo Acevedo, and new books on paper dolls, and making dolls and miniatures by me.
Fasten your seatbelts; . . . → Read More: New Books Coming in 2013
A decade of images cataloging the Night in all its adult twists & turns, realities & hallucinations…. from Noir to Neon.
Set for release in May 2012, this book exposes and tells a whole ‘nother side to the American Dreamscape.
By Austin based photographer and author Ricardo Acevedo, look for this photo-novella to be coming to Amazon and . . . → Read More: Night
2011 has been an exciting, busy, growthful year! A lot of projects and work came to completion in 2011 and lots more are now starting up or being actively continuing from the last few years. (Some projects take a while–there’s so much to be done!)
This year saw the release of interloper | fineart nudes and photopaintings . . . → Read More: Old Year, New Year–so many projects!
We are thrilled to announce that the new release from PolyMarket Press artist and author Ricardo Acevedo is now nearing its debut!
interloper | fineart nudes & photo-paintings by Ricardo Acevedo is a provocative feast for the eyes from cover to cover, with 116 pages that beautifully display more than 60 images in this luminous body of . . . → Read More: New Release ~ interloper
I’m currently setting up the next release from PolyMarket Press, and absolutely thrilled with the work that photographer Ricardo Acevedo has prepared for it. Based in Austin Texas, Ricardo has worked with a variety of artists, musicians, filmmakers and performers. His sense of color, texture, light and form is honed to a fine degree of sharp . . . → Read More: Interloper
Its my favorite time of year in a beautiful place–Colorado in the springtime is an exciting world! Last week we had temperatures in the 70′s and 80′s range and set records, and the snow that fell earlier this week has now melted and provided enough to get all the new growth going on trees, yards and . . . → Read More: Springtime In The Rockies
As always, there’s so much going on here with projects that are in the works already and in the planning stages as well. Part of being a long term thinker is knowing that some things take a long time to come about, and that can be a good thing if you remember to be patient and . . . → Read More: Coming Right Up!
Our new book “A Collection Of Polymer Clay Masks” is now available! I’ve received the proof copy and made the necessary edits to fix what I sincerely hope are the last of the errors. The pictures look great! I’m continually impressed by how varied and cool all the masks in the collection are. I’m pleased to . . . → Read More: A New Book For The New Year
I’m packing the last of the new items in my inventory to leave next week for the Houston International Quilt Festival. I got a tremendous amount of inventory made and packaged up, but due to the press of homework, family life and getting ready for this show, the debut of our new book has been slightly . . . → Read More: Getting Ready For The Show!
Time is passing quickly–I’m gearing up for the Houston International Quilt Festival that is coming right up at the beginning of November. In addition to books, I’ll be there with Judith Skinner and Houston’s own polymer clay artisan mask-maker Rebecca Stout. She’s got quite a few masks featured in the upcoming book A Collection Of Polymer . . . → Read More: Autumn Leaves