A good friend was visiting and saw my Polymer Clay horses laying on the work bench. Left over from a past project, they are too large for my jewelry (except maybe a belt buckle) He suggested I put them on one of my turquoise paintings. Great Idea! Turquoise and horses, what could be better? You can view full details here: "Turquoise & Wild Horses 101" or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong. Joseph Chilton Pearce.
I believe that there are no rules in Art. Creativity is about imagining something, then figuring out how to create that something. Sometimes it works, sometimes it does not. But in the end, you are constantly learning. I love testing new ideas. Some of these tests turn out to be my best work.
Each piece I create is an original work of art, from start to finish. I love what I do and I think you will too.
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