Polymer and Prints

If you are in the Philadelphia area this month, don't miss the Ford/Forlano show at Snyderman-Works Gallery.  Over these past few months, Steven and David have expanded their creative collaboration to include two-dimensional work.  Along side their jewelry, they will be showing linoleum prints on Japanese paper with hand-painted embellishments.  As with their jewelry, Steven and David send these prints back and forth, each adding to the work of the other.  It reminds me of a party game from my youth; and the new work reflects that they are having just as much fun. Read more on the gallery's website.

I cannot remember a time in my life that I wasn't interested in looking at art, talking about art and the making of art. In 1990 I earned a Phd in art history at the University of Maryland. My first experiences with polymer clay were in 1992, but I consider my real work with the medium to date from 1999.