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Riding the Rails

A year ago the Orange Art Gallery challenged it’s artists to create works of art based on the theme “The Railway Crossing”. The Orange Art Gallery is in a 120 year old historic building that used to house the bank … Continue reading

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Surround Yourself with Passionate People

Spending time with people who are passionate about what they do is like therapy for me. They inspire me, make me want to create new things, dream bigger and live on a new level altogether. Most importantly, they remind me … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Selfie . . . A MINI !

Historically an aristocratic tradition, today, getting your portrait done is more than an exercise in vanity it’s an opportunity to be a part of the artistic process. On Tuesday night, I unveiled a series of mini portrait sculptures interpreting the street fashion photography of … Continue reading

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How Long Does It Take

The month of February has been a whirlwind of activity and excitement. I had a successful first time solo exhibit at the Orange Art Gallery and the chance to meet so many new people who have been curious about polymer clay. That’s … Continue reading

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