Turquoise cone necklace

Turquoise cone necklace

The terra cotta canes on the back on the cones look a bit like leather and the turquoise ones evoke the sea.

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Inspired by spring

Mark Twain said, “In the Spring, I have counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours.”  He must have spent some time in Portland, since that’s our daily weather  roller coaster of clouds, sun and temperature shifts!  I’ve been inspired by, or maybe yearning for, spring colors!  This is a heart shaped cane that shifts from butter yellow to sunset orange with center dots from red to pink. 

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Almost Spring

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I find myself walking around counting buds and flowers as an antidote for very cool, rainy March weather. I even made a bracelet with pastel colors. That’s not my style, but I’m playing with silk screening on polymer and white … Continue reading

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Teaching and playing in Utah

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Serendipity in my back yard. This is the skeleton of a Chinese lantern flower.

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Winter in Montana

I had a great time cutting greens for a winder wreat. There wasn’t much snow in Whitefish, but that means more time to create and play!

I especially liked decorating a  couple of found NW objets with polymer.   Antlers are beautiful.  Dogs, however, find them with their great sense of smell and chew them as tasty treats, so you have to be quick.

Polymer on last year’s buck.   Winter in the woods is eerie and magical.

Friend Robin Madgwick left us great mobiles, so I hung a few polymer ornaments on one.
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Garden bounty

After being away for a week,  I returned to find my backyard garden full of ripe tomatoes, eggplants, pear, beans and peppers!  After so many years of frustrated gardening in Las Vegas, I can hardly believe my good fortune in Portland.  I had to make a few canes to celebrate the colors.

Still life with polymer

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