This week Shahar Boyayan has a candid conversation with Susan Epperly about One-of-a-Kind, Lovely Crafted, Hand Painted, Upcycled Garments, creating art, life as an artist and much more!
This week Shahar Boyayan and Robert Imbriale have a candid and timely conversation about how to navigate troubled waters with creativity.
Check what Laura Sommers, instructor at Curious Mondo is creating this weekedn
This is how Curious Mondo Beverly Oliwa is creating from her home studio
This was a week filled with cancellations of live events. Many companies are looking for alternatives to in-person events and they are planning to use live streaming to get their message out.
If you’re looking for a studio that’s set up and ready to stream, I’ve got one in Salt Lake City, Utah, and a partner studio in San Diego. We can stream to any platform including: Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, Wowza, Linkedin, Twitch, Periscope, IGTV, and more. We have a few dates still open for March. Get in touch and let’s talk about your project.
Multiple cameras, live editing, live chat and a great experience.
Call us at 801-680-7220
This week Shahar Boyayan has a candid conversation with Jenny Roemmich about Fantasy Creatures, creating art, life as an artist and much more!
This week Shahar Boyayan has a candid conversation with Nikolas Kienitz on Wire Wrapping and Silversmithing, creating art, life as an artist and much more!
This week Shahar Boyayan has a candid conversation with Renee Nelson about encaustic art, creating art, life as an artist and much more!
Beauty in Beeswax The Art of Renée Nelson:
Polymer Clay Symposium is coming up! Live, Online, free. Register today. A super group of polymer clay artists coming to show you new techniques.
Lots of rescuers are doing all they can to save the life of thousands of animals. Many items are needed.
I’ve posted here some items any crafter can make.
Follow this link to get different patterns
You can ship directly to Australia or to Curious Mondo and we will make sure it gets there. 2875 South West Temple, SSL, 84115
Patterns and and info are from Animal Rescue Craft Guild
Karen Baker was born in Southern California. She has always been an artist but discovered polymer clay about 10 years ago. Hooked on how detailed you can get with the medium she started making human figures. Her dolls are in collections all over the world and she enjoys teaching classes as well. She currently lives in Utah with her husband and 16-year-old son, two cats, and one horse.
In this course, we will be covering how to make different kinds of shoes, sneakers, sandals, high heel shoes, and more. From sculpting to painting techniques, as well as laces and buckle applications. A shoe is an essential part of any doll. If you enjoy working with polymer clay and sculpting you are going to want to check out this course.
This week Shahar Boyayan has a candid conversation with Randall Royter about the art of carving, creating art, life as an artist, wood burning, and much more!
Asia Raine is a Utah jewelry artist and owner of Asia Raine Designs. She specializes in creating jewelry that showcases the natural beauty of semi-precious stones and metals. As a designer who thrives in creative spaces, she enjoys sharing her knowledge through teaching. Her workshops invite exploration and skill development, bringing unlimited diversity to the workbench. Her designs are influenced by her travels and a love for nature. Asia Raine jewelry can be found in shops in Connecticut, Oregon, New Mexico, and Utah as well as online.
Create a lovely autumn arrangement with electroformed elements. Use glass, plastic, and organic elements to add copper plated elements to give your own touch of uniqueness to your arrangement. Learn how to prepare pieces for the electroforming process and follow through to make beautiful copper elements.
Jack of all trades and best known as that guy you haven’t heard of yet, this rugged gentleman specializes in a variety of quick-handed creativity. Most of his body of work is in leatherworking, prop blade-making, woodwork and illustration, but is always keen to get his hands dirty learning new trades Working hard and keeping busy with film jobs, prop making, theme park building as well as vending and teaching panels at conventions and renaissance faires, this man is elusive, to say the least. Known as a soft-spoken, charming and all-around fun fellow, this Georgia native is a dedicated artist that seeks to devote himself as much to his craft as possible. He is currently based in Utah, and working to achieve that all too familiar goal of making a career out of being oneself.
If you’re looking to learn a little leathercraft as a hobby, or you want to be frugal and save money by making it yourself, but don’t want to spend 100’s or 1000’s of dollars on trials and error, you’re going to want to check this class out. You’re going to learn a multitude of skills here. Basics, execution of techniques, leather theory as well as making all things applicable to future projects. The first class will be a 2 part with making a bracelet and then a clip-on phone wallet. We’re going to go through the alpha and omega of the project. From thinking around the project, making a pattern and then texturing, dyeing and assembling. The second class will be leather armor and prop making for 1:6 scale figures. Following the same formula as the first class. Thinking about aesthetics, patterns, texturing, dyeing and assembly.
Melissa Terlizzi is an “accidental” polymer clay artist. She stumbled onto the material in 2011 while looking for a way to create her own buttons and brooches for her handknit scarves. Something clicked inside her—all other hobbies fell away and she began to focus full time on creating polymer art. Today Melissa is well known in the polymer art community for her whimsical nature-inspired wall pieces and small sculptures. Her subjects are often the creatures she calls “overlooked”—reptiles, amphibians, bugs and birds that are familiar to most of us, but not necessarily beloved. With polymer clay, she can satisfy her curiosity about science, and share what she’s learned with the people who enjoy her art.
Melissa works with the colored clay, blending and combining different colors into complex, patterned “canes,” which are then sliced and textured to become everything from a beetle’s wing or turtle shell to a shaggy piece of tree bark. Finished creations are enhanced with oil paints. Her work is detailed and lifelike, but almost always whimsical. Melissa doesn’t take herself too seriously and believes her art shouldn’t either!
Melissa loves sharing her passion for polymer through teaching. She teaches workshops and at a summer camp near her home in Virginia, and has published online tutorials on the “Polymer Clay Universe.” Her work is featured in galleries in Virginia and Europe and has received numerous awards. Her art has also been profiled in several publications: the “Fredericksburg Literary & Art Review” (2017), “Polymer Week Magazine” (2018), “Polymer Journeys 2019: The Art & Craft of Polymer” (2019), and the popular online blog, “Polymer Clay Daily.”
Join polymer clay artist Melissa Terlizzi for 3 days of sculpting night flyers. In a new art course perfect for spooky autumn crafting, Melissa will share how she makes 3 of her most popular clay creatures: an upside down-hanging bat, a sweet-faced owl, and a mysterious green luna moth. Straightforward tips and techniques on working with polymer clay will make this sculpting class a must-see for anyone who loves creating animals—whether they have been sculpting with polymer clay for years or have yet to crack the plastic on their first packet of clay.