This charming, whimsical pin explores the metaphor for a woman’s “interior life”- not the tasks we have to perform as workers, wives, and mothers, but rather the rich, deep, passionate beings that we ARE, but don’t get to share with the world everyday. Try your hand at polymer clay; using stamps, mica powders, UTEE, paint and “doo-dads”, we’ll fashion a block of clay into a great art pin you’ll wear with pride. Feel free to bring small metal or plastic charms to embed in your encaustic collage to make it even more personal. Come play with Jenny and open your creative opportunities.
Jenny Barnett Rohrs is a self-taught mixed media artist who likes to work in polymer clay, fabric, and paper. If it can be stamped, foiled, stitched, painted, wired, soldered or beaded, she’s lovin’ it. She also teaches polymer clay jewelry classes in Rocky River and Amherst, and blogs faithfully at www.CraftTestDummies.com and www.CraftTherapy.com.