07 February 2013

Hello everyone!  I am so flattered; a peice of my work has been accepted at 33 Contempo Gallery  in Chicago.  The show is called Copyright?.  It will open this month.
Here are a couple of other things I have been up to.  This image is The Petulant Magdalene, by El Greco.  I bought it in Sitges, Spain last summer.  I researched it and found it was in the public domain and then began beading and tiling around it.  It is a little over 11" tall.
  A view of the side, with handmade polymer clay tiles.  Tapestry tile inside the niche space.
A work in progress...this little shrine has a little crown that I purchased at a flea market in France.  I an not sure how old it is; you can get really old things over there.  Red mirrored tile and polymer clay shutters added to the foam and wood substrate; then a little piece of translucent glass that will house a votive candle.  There are lots of little flowers, beads and upholstery tacks embelishing the glass.  I still need to grout it and finish the inside of the niche space.  It is...10" tall, approximately. 
Okay, remember per my last blog entry, I am teaching a polymer clay class in Delano, MN,Feb 16.  Follow the link (scroll down) for more information.

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