From the BOH Workshop

Here’s everyone hard at work on covering bottles with polymer clay. This is from a couple weeks ago. Donna and I did a workshop at the North Kingstown RI library. Our guild ( Southern Connecticut Polymer Clay Guild ) sponsored the clay and tools as part of the Bottles of Hope program.

It was a really good group. Almost 20 people and everyone was very enthusiastic and creative. We created a lot of wonderful works of art that will be donated to cancer patients.

And if you’re in the area during December and January, stop by the library. Polymer clay work from our guild members is on display in the cases on the stairs. This is the first time the traveling exhibit has come to Rhode Island, and it’s worth a look.

For more information, check out the Bottles of Hope link and you can see a video and pictures of past bottles. We’ve had ornate masterpieces created by famous polymer clay artists, and we’ve had lovely, lumpy works of love created by little kids. They are all appreciated – it’s truly the thought that matters.

Posted by Skygrazer

Polymer clay addict and artist. Also fascinated by kaleidoscopes.

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Debbie Goodrow

It sure looks like everyone is happily intent on the Bottles of Hope they’re making. Yay!

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