I’m teaching a class this afternoon for ISU’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (formerly called College for Seniors) about polymer clay and metal clay. I went through all my images of the last 12 or so years to pull together a slide show. (I could have gone back further, but 12 years ago, I got a computer virus that turned all my graphic files into nonsense–back things up!!)
Seeing all my old work made me a little nostalgic. Particularly, I may have given myself the creative impulse to do a few eggs again. After all, Easter and spring have to come sometime. Those who know me from a long time ago know that I’ve done a lot of polymer covered eggs in my day. Hmm, wonder how to combine a little pmc on an egg….
A few oldies but goodies from my stroll through my files:
Iowa Autumn got the whole thing started. Then another:
[…] a trip down memory lane and longing for spring, Patricia shares a picture of a polymer Easter egg of the Iowa Statehouse dome that she prepared for the White House in 2000. I couldn’t resist […]
That Statehouse dome egg is absolutely the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen Ms Kimle do. Its just …. beautiful! So intricate and – full of integrity. It exudes integrity! Its quite Faberge like. Thankyou so much for sharing…although I would LOVE to see a bigger piccy 🙂
Exquisite art!! I too am a lover of leaves. Thanks so much for sharing your art with us. I am already lined up for your new book.