Thursday afternoon mini-workshop
Enjoy a few hours creating your favorite “airhead”. Anyone who has ever worked with polymer clay has a box of extra canes and clay. This workshop will allow you to incorporate all of your “leftovers”. If you have never worked with polymer clay, this workshop will introduce you to the creative nature of this media without needing to make another investment in a new art form.
Rhonda Altman is a newly retired nurse who enjoys mixed media. Retirement has allowed for more concentration on various types of art; spinning, weaving, knitting and polymer clay. Born and raised in Maine, her art reflects traditional processes while incorporating new techniques. She believes it is extremely important to share these art forms with others so they can be passed onto the next generation. Her classes always include color, whimsy, learning and laughter. Rhonda has taught at the FTWG conference in the past. She has also taught at the OAPCG Fandango and at the Fiber College of Maine.
Materials: $5 for use of tools, extra canes, and enough polymer clay to make an airhead
Materials Fees are not collected as part of registration. They are paid directly to the instructor at the beginning of class.
Students to Bring
- Polymer clay scraps
- Clay tools
- Pasta machine
- Embellishments from your stash to make this lovable character uniquely yours
- Specific material / tools list will be sent to students.