16 05 2016

I love polymer – all kinds of polymer creations.  But no work has ever made me more happy to look at than Jana Lehmann’s color work.  She takes a basic color palette and has begun using Tracy Holmes’ BreakThrough Color cards to expand on it – manipulating the color and finally ending up with something that pleases her.   Her eye for color and design has kept her work at the forefront – drawing us in.

What about you? How do you choose your colors? Do you use Tracy’s BTC system?  Send me some stories and photos and your work may be featured here.

In the meantime, if you’d like to learn more you can register here for Jana’s workshops at Master Class Camp in June.  Spaces still available in most workshops.


6 05 2016

I’ve been fascinated with Jana Lehmann’s use of color and the fact that her work involves very little cane work – just precise placement of design to create veneers.  Her two new full day workshops at Master Class Camp will prove to those who are color challenged that anything is possible!  This may be Jana’s last trip to the US for a while, so if you are on the edge – take the plunge and join her at MCC.  Workshop descriptions and registration form here.

Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg has mastered, among many other things, flower and leaf canes.  Her ability to refine and create such detailed floral covered tiles has won her numerous awards over the years, including Bead Dreams (two years in a row) and Bead and Button honors.  We are so pleased that she will be bringing one of her “classic” workshops to Master Class Camp.  Her detailed TILES workshop will please even the novice.  Workshop descriptions and registration form here

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