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After a couple of years of dithering, I have a new website which will incorporate a gallery and a blog. Check it out. www.laurelswetnam.com I’ll use that site in the future, and may get around to closing this one some … Continue reading
On June 15, I’ll be teaching a class at VIA on making and using faux coral and ivory. Polymer clay is such a great mimic that a coral vendor actually asked me where I bought the materials for this 100% … Continue reading
Synergy 3 was a three day international conference for polymer artists in Atlanta in mid- March. I met interesting and talented people from all over the world, thought about design, teaching and ethics, and saw inspiring pieces in the gallery. … Continue reading
Oh the colors of kanga cloth and the beasts of the Serengeti. Tanzania is a vibrant, magical country both for the incredible natural areas and for the vibrant cultures in the highland and on the coast. This cheetah was watching … Continue reading
My phone notifies me every two weeks that I should remember to write a post. Oh dear! This year I’ll aim for a more reasonable once a month and really do it. Here is a photo of the flipsides of … Continue reading
For city dogs , Montana is nirvana. Streams, deer, scents, trails! Here’s a new adventure for Pippin and he behaved perfectly. There’s a beaver dam in the background and we often see them out for a swim.
It’s been a rainy summer, bring zillions of whining mosquitoes, awesome streams and wonderful flowers. This is the view from Apgar Peak in Glacier, looking north into Canada.