Featured Art from PolyMarket Press Books!

Art from Polymarket Press books is on display at Kay Carol & Priscila Gallery during the month of October. In conjunction with a Gender Identity community art show, we are awaiting work from Ricardo Acevedo’s books Night and Interloper as well as polymer clay jewelry from Randee M. Ketzel and Kim Schlinke’s Polymer Clay Gemstones-The Art . . . → Read More: Featured Art from PolyMarket Press Books!

Showing Off!

A good part of 2014 so far has been  devoted to getting things set up and running at the new location. Kay Carol Gallery & Priscila Working Arts Studio often gets shortened to KCP Gallery, and is located at 364 Main Street in Longmont Colorado. I graduated with my Media Graphic Design degree in December and . . . → Read More: Showing Off!

Old Year, New Year–so many projects!

Ceramic Face, Metal Flowers necklace 1

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!

Springtime In The Rockies

Spring Flowers In Snow

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

A New Book For The New Year

A Collection Of Polymer Clay Masks

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

Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaf mask by Rebecca Wells Stout

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

See Us At The International Quilt Festival In Houston!

blue and orange Spirit Doll with polymer clay face

Judith Skinner and I will be exhibiting and selling at the Houston International Quilt Festival again this year, and we’d love to meet more readers! I’ll be in booth #2052 under the “Creative Connections” title, and “Judith Skinner, Maker Of Fun Jewelry” will be right beside me in booth #2054, in the Embellishments section. Held in . . . → Read More: See Us At The International Quilt Festival In Houston!

A Colorful Polymer Clay Mask

a miniature polymer clay mask by Dorothy Greynolds

As I mentioned in yesterdays’s blog post, I’ve divvied up the mask photos into categories in order to help organize them on the pages of the upcoming A Collection Of Polymer Clay Masks.

Today I worked on the “Colorful” section, and this is a wonderful representative by artist Dorothy Greynolds. She’s one of 150 whose work will be presented, . . . → Read More: A Colorful Polymer Clay Mask

Mystery Mask?

mystery mask--who made it?

I’ve divided up all 472 photographs of miniature polymer clay masks into  rough categories to make it easier to organize them onto the pages  of the upcoming book. I applied them as keywords to the photos in Adobe Bridge, and now I can quickly sort them. That way I can see how they fit together in groups; some . . . → Read More: Mystery Mask?

A Few More Polymer Clay Masks

My camera stopped focusing well after the last photoshoot when it fell off of the tripod mount and dropped about a foot onto the carpet.

However, I put it back on the dock, let it sit for a week or two and turned it on and off again a few times, and it seems to be working . . . → Read More: A Few More Polymer Clay Masks