I’m in the UK visiting family right now so this will be just a quick post. I wanted to let you know that the Summer 2014 issue of The Polymer Arts has been published. It is a consistently high quality magazine dedicated to polymer clay and filled with great information, tutorials, and artist profiles. But the reason why I’m doing a happy dance is because this issue includes my tutorial showing how to make these Luminous Landscapes.
You’ll need to get a copy of the magazine to learn more, but you will definitely want to do that because in addition to my tutorial, there is an article that explores the new brands of polymer clay, including Sculpey Soufflé and another one that explores the best sealers to use. I kept scrolling down page after page finding yet another fascinating article, story, and feature. Seriously, I think this is the best issue yet of a truly great magazine.
You can get digital copies of the magazine immediately, and print copies will be mailed out shortly. Go to their website to order your copy or subscribe. And make sure you sign up for the daily Polymer Arts blog. Each day, 7 days a week, editor Sage Bray brings you interesting stories that explore themes in the polymer clay world. It’s an email I look forward to getting each day.
Okay, I’m going to hang out with family a bit now. I’ll try to check in on my Facebook page as I have time and when I can find a Wi-Fi signal, so that’s the best place to find me if you’re curious about what I’m up to. I’ll check back with you later!
6 thoughts on “Luminous Landscapes”
Looking forward to reading this publication!
I’m looking forward to having the TIME to read it, LOL. All I did was skim it and drool. Luckily there is a print issue waiting for me at home and I will be so glad to sit with a nice cuppa and slowly savor every word.
Just received mine in the inbox, can’t wait to read it tomorrow. Hope you have a lovely time here in the UK, if you get the chance you must visit out beautiful City of York, don’t mind our weather too much its English he he 😉
For such a small country, the UK has more to do and see than I can ever do in ten lifetimes! We don’t get over to York this time, but it is an area I want to see sometime. We wanted to do it this time, but there was just sooo much and we had to cut it back somewhere.
Ginger, I agree with you. This is a great issue. I read the whole Luminous Landscapes article without realizing this was yours. Congratulations. I don’t usually do ‘flat’, but this is tempting me. Enjoy your time in UK. Hugs, Boni
Yup, it’s mine. A little different from my other stuff, eh? It’s one that has been kicking around in my head for a while and I was glad that Sage had a place for it.
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