Since the PAS Team announced our seven presenters and the schedule, we’ve fielded many questions. Here are the most frequently asked questions and the answers.
The start of the Polymer Art Summit (PAS) is just 3 weeks away, and while a lot of people have used Zoom, there are some form whom the PAS event will be their first exposure to online polymer education. We wanted to give you a few tips and tricks to get you started with confidence.
As a registered attendee of the 2021 Polymer Art Summit, you are invited to send an image of your favorite tool(s) along with a brief description. All images will be compiled into a slideshow for the “Tool Time” session scheduled for Sunday, August 8th from 9:30-10:00 as well as available as a handout for your reference.
It’s funny how things you love when you are a child influence your work as an adult. For me it is patterned wood and stone, like figured maple, burls, diseased elm, crazy lace agate, rainforest jasper and poppy agate. As a metalsmith I wanted to find a way to incorporate these textures, patterns and shapes into…
In the late 90’s when Nan Roche introduced me to using rubber stamp impressions in the process, I created a line of stamps specifically for working in Mokume Gane.
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Years ago I was fortunate to meet a fiber artist who had spent many years traveling around the world. Her latest work included some of the exotic fabric she had found in her travels which she incorporated into beautiful crazy quilt blocks. She gave me this wonderful quilt block which became my inspiration in learning…