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Clayathon 2016

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Another Clayathon has come and gone. Laura Tabakman  shared her techniques and explained her design process and sources of inspiration.  I didn’t make many items this year but got to try my hand at making hollow triangle beads and other hollow geometric forms. We made a trip to the Shore Diner and the family-owned Athenian Garden where the service is slow but the food makes it more than worth it.  I brought a bottle of Tullamore Dew to share and it went rather quickly because so many people got to enjoy it. My brother and sister-in-law came to hang out on Sunday.  I made new friends, saw old friends amd enjoyed a drink before the fire on the Stocktom Seaview lobby.

Here are some pictures.

It was great to see Lisa Clarke who hasn’t been able to make the last few Clayathons. Read her blog post here.

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People Who Clay Together. . .

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Stay together?  Not always, but it certainly seems to be the case with  the South Jersey Clayathon that Arlene Groch has sponsored for the last 11 years with the help of some dedicated volunteers including Susan GrossSherman Oberson and Joyce Miskowitz.  I have attended it since it began and am looking forward to going this year.

Clayathon Clay charms and Clayathon logo designed by by Robin Milne

Laura Tabakman is this years’ guest artist.  I love her work and look forward to  her presentations.

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But most of all,  I am looking forward to sitting in front of the fireplace in the lobby of the Stockton Seaview Resort with old and new friends and sharing stories and a cup of something comforting.

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Eileen Cressman-Reeder

Eileen Cressman-Reeder  will be offering  Polymer Clay sculptures and relief tiles this weekend in Trenton!Creesman-1

This Weekend…

If you are in the Philadelphia area this Sunday, come join Emily Squires Levine  and three other local artists at:

HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE AND SALE

Sunday, November 29, 12 pm – 5 pm

557 Pelham Road (rear entrance)
Mt. Airy (Philadelphia)

Featuring the works of local artists:

Jerry Bennett – Paper Clay Ceramicist
Emily Squires Levine – Polymer Vessels
Denise Peck – Jewelry
Anne Swoyer – Bone Art

 

Polymer Vessels – Emily Squires Levine

Jewelry – Denise Peck

Bone Art – Anne Swoyer

 

 

Sherman Oberson is Teaching Polymer at the Mount Airy Learning Tree!

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The class is perfect for beginners.  Those with more experience will benefit from Sherman’s vast storehouse of tips and tricks.  And anyone who is interested in sculpting should not pass this class up.  It starts  on October 12 at the Mt. Airy Learning Tree.  For complete information, press here.

Polymer Clay this Weekend

Big News from Emily

 I have been accepted into the 39th Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Contemporary Craft Show!  Dates are November 12 -15.  I am incredibly honored and excited, and I thank all of you for your support and encouragement over these past years.

Emily Squires Levine will be exhibiting at the  Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen Fine Crafts Show being held at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington Delaware. Together with 154 other makers, this indoor show displays works that are all handmade in America.  You will find Emily in booth #343, across from the food court. Escape the heat.  Plenty of free parking. Admission $8.  More information can be found here

Need directions?  Click here.
Hours are:
Saturday, July 25, 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday, July 26, 10 am – 5 pm
Some of Emily’s newest work:

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Klay Karma is this weekend in  Nashua, NH.

Meet the Artist Reception: Emily Squires Levine Sunday June 14 1-3 pm

Emily’s work will be on display and for sale June 13-26 at Show of Hands at 1006 Pine Street,  Philadelphia.  As a bonus there is a meet the artist reception on Sunday June 14.  Her work always delights!

  

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