I also may have a little touch of artist's ADHD. I like to think I'm clearing out the old to make room for the new, which may be a nice way of saying I get restless when I begin to feel like something is becoming a routine. Even with teaching I'm finding there are certain workshops that have run their course and a desire to share something entirely different blossoms. My Crash Course in Copper Clay has reached it's retirement age, but that doesn't mean the knowledge is retired, just the live workshop. Since there still may be a demand for this course, I'm making the class PDFs available for purchase in digital format on my website. This is a full color, step by step, 67 page guide with all the tips and tricks I share in my live class. You can click HERE for more info.
Soooo... what's new? I've been meaning to list this class for sometime, it's a doozy I'm really looking forward to teaching. This new class, Metal Clay Gallery Box, will demonstrate oodles of techniques and, as always, I'll be sharing all my little cheater tricks for easy construction and seamless design. There aren't any dates yet for this course, but if your guild or local teaching studio is interested, they can contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Still tattooing and stippling on the side. It's a bizarre juggling act at times, but again, teetering on that razor's edge of what's past and what's next keeps me living more fully in what's now.