Some of my polymer clay beads appear in the book Polymer Artists Showcase, by tejae floyde. My 1st two art dolls were in Kenosha Wisconsin's Lemon Street Art Gallery, where I was a member from 2005 to 2007. Overall, I design and make figurative art dolls (as pieces of fine art rather than play things), spirit dolls (representative of positive intentions, healing, or even places), sculpt figurative pendants in both polymer clay and earthenware ceramic clay. I love to make my own silicone molds of my figurative pendant prototypes. I also create with jewelry resin, art journals, acrylics, watercolor, mixed media mosaics, and some fabric arts (including Kraft-tex fabric paper! I do best with kind but exquisitely forward people, partially because of my Estonian background but partially because I’m on the autism range. I love demonstrative ethics, virtues, pluralism, eclecticism, constructive criticism and civil rights. I'm incredibly tolerant up to the point of people intolerance, brainwashing, purposefully burdensome learned helplessness/ignorance, time thieves, and other toxic people tricks. Favorite Clays: Ceramic -- Earthenware, Raku; Polymer Clay -- Cernit, Fimo Doll/Professional, Kato, Pardo, Premo, Sculpey UltraLight for under structures/armature; Air Dry Clay -- La doll Premier, Creative PaperClay, Professional Cold Porcelain, and Apoxie Sculpt.
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