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NEWS | Rebeca Mojica

NEWS | Rebeca Mojica

So this is me...

So this is me.

Jeremie Draper - Artist Statement: Glass is the dance in still life. Capturing this moment of vitality, an instant of inspiration and epiphany; marrying it with delicate skill of blowing glass, result in a still piece-fluid, and somehow moving. Since I learned to hand blow glass, I have been enthralled with the amorphous nature of the medium; its potential to breathe and flow with the rhythms of the artist.

Meet the JDraper Glass team of Jeremie Draper and Misty Long. Our glass artists will give your group an educational experience they won't soon forget!

Dina Wakley

Join Cloth Paper Scissors team member Dina Wakley for a fun day filled with art journaling. Learn the tips, tricks, secrets, and terrific techniques to take your art journaling to the next level in this spectacular all-day event.

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer is part of the Cloth Paper Scissors team and will be teaching art journaling this fall at SCCL. Check out her artwork and learn how to create your own!

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer is part of the Cloth Paper Scissors team and will be teaching art journaling this fall at SCCL. Check out her artwork and learn how to create your own!

Adele KImpell - Owner and Designer of Bead Dreamers. Great teacher, beautiful designs! http://www.beadreamers.net/

Adele KImpell - Owner and Designer of Bead Dreamers. Great teacher, beautiful designs! http://www.beadreamers.net/

Robyn Schaub is one of the SCCL papercrafting instructors for this fall! Robyn specializes in tools, technique, and ideas. Check out her classes online!

Robyn Schaub is one of the SCCL papercrafting instructors for this fall! Robyn specializes in tools, technique, and ideas. Check out her classes online!

Jewelry from replicas of ancient Anasazi pot shards

shard / sherd: noun a fragment, esp. of broken fragments of pottery vesselsReplicas of Ancient Pot ShardsIn February Mark Stevens began replicating ancient broken pieces of pottery found around Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico.

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