Wednesday, March 2, 2011

CatsWire's Favorite Creation

My favorite polymer clay piece is my Joan of Arc ring.
My Joan of Arc isn't young and beautiful, she shows the signs of all her struggles, she's weary, tired and probably a little doubtful.
When I made her face, I didn't know if it would really come out the way I wanted it to, not smooth and "clean". Looking at her now, I'm still happy she turned out the way she did.


6 Smooshing Thoughts:

EmilyClaireCreations said...

Catrin is an amazing artist! <3 <3 <3

Deronda said...

Oh, that is wonderful.

Robyn said...

I can see why this is her favorite piece. It's amazing.

StudioDTQ said...

I find it so interesting how a bit of clay can seduce the viewer.

The emotion, the wonderful that you are so talented to take this small thing and make us see your vision. Lovely piece, Catrin!

Linda Phillips said...

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We are exploring the Hidden Treasures of Polymer Clay with Christi Friesen, Maureen Carlson and Penni Jo Couch. Christi Friesen will work her magic with polymer clay and resin in her creative waterfall project. Maureen Carlson will take you on an adventure into storyland and help you create your own story necklace using polymer clay and alcohol inks. Penni Jo Couch will take you into the world of stitches and flourishes, molding forms and buttons and iron-on glass jewels to create your very own polymer clay sampler. There will be demos with Linda Hess, Kathleen Davis and Nancy Welch throughout the day and evening as they share their secrets and talents with all the attendees.

Vendors will be available for sales. All the attendees can sign up and sell their creations in the boutique.

The treasure trove of activities will include a live auction on Saturday of all the donated items from various artists, a hidden treasure box competition—so start planning your secret boxes now, a matchbox treasure swap, and our Bottles of Hope contests, just to name a few.

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Desert Rubble said...

Yep, I can see why that is a favorite, I'm in wonder of having such meaning to your work, I wish I had that!