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“Polymer Clay for Beginners” Workshops at Art Space Lansdowne

Denise Pettit and Perrie Layton-Gimbel will be giving a series of workshops at Art Space Lansdowne for folks interested in learning the basics of polymer clay.  Please pass this info along to any newbe interested in working with our favorite medium and after they become addicted, hopefully they will continue their polymer clay journey as a member of PAPCG.

WHEN: Second Saturdays 1:30 – 4 pm beginning August 10

WHERE: Art Space Lansdowne artspacelansdowne.com (park and enter on Madison off of Lansdowne Avenue)

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE:

August 10, 2013 – Basic Surface Techniques

September 14, 2013 – Simple Caning

October 13, 2013 – Leaf Tiles

November 9, 2013 – Transfer Technique

December 14, 2013 – Christmas Ornaments

January 11, 2014 – Open Studio/Finish Projects.

COST: special discounted rate of $150 for the series of 6 workshops.  Payment is required in advance.  Pay via PayPal with your PayPal Account or by credit card here:  http://goo.gl/fflzJp.

INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOPS: Registration for single workshops is possible depending on available space.   Cost is $35 per single workshop. Contact Perrie or Denise to check availability and make payment arrangement for single workshops.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

Perrie at 610-504-8870 or perrie.layton@mortimerinc.com.

Denise at denise.pettit@comcast.net or 610-541-7930.

 

 

 

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Showcase Fundraiser Donations are Beginning to Arrive!

Polymer Clay 101 includes 45-minute instructional DVD

Alright folks, start saving your change and dollars. PAPCG’s annual Showcase Fundraiser is just around the corner and donations are rolling in.  Gladys Higgins donated her intricately beaded triangular pink and white pendant.  Karen Rhodes from Clay Alley contributed the book, Polymer Clay 101: Master Basic Skills and Techniques Easily through Step-by-Step Instruction, by Kim Otterbein and Angela Mabray (Jan. 1, 2011).  The book is spiral bound and includes a 45-minute instructional DVD. In addition, Jacquard Products generously donated 50 jars of Pearl Ex Powders in 10 different colors, along with reference and color guides.

Pull out your smart phone or the kitchen calendar and set aside the date right now: May 20, 10 to 4.  Do it!  Do it now!!!  We will keep you updated as more donations reach the Guild.

Beaded Pendant by Gladys Higgins

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