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Worth Exploring

Recently, I added an industrial heat gun to my arsenal of tools. I was singing its praises to one of the coordinators of a polymer group, when she requested that I demo its use…GULP!!! My expertise ends with clearing liquid … Continue reading

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New Blue…YAHOO!!!

In the Saturday, June 3rd, edition of the Wall Street Journal, Amanda Foreman, describes a short history of color chemistry, as well as the accidental discovery of a new blue from a chemistry lab at Oregon State University. “In 2009, … Continue reading

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Spring…Kiawah Style!!!

There hasn’t been much new activity in my studio for the past few weeks…mainly production work for the Charleston Crafts Gallery. But…outside there is a great deal of activity. This video from one of the¬†Kiawah Island golf courses created a … Continue reading

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One Step at a Time

Trying to emulate porcelain has not been difficult. UltraLite with a dusting of cornstarch is the is the perfect substrate. On the other hand, the ‘perfect’ background has created a myriad of experiments. Presently, I am playing with Golden Fiber … Continue reading

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