I’ve experimented with color since childhood, whether with crayons, paints, and in the last 15 years – polymer. However, I know that there is always more to learn and and many techniques used to achieve the final rainbow of colors.
At MCC 2015, you will have two workshops specifically designed to test and explore your personal color palletes. Lindly Haunani is one of the best in the polymer world for working out your color spectrum. Her new workshop, Incredible Almost Edible Color, will take you to from zero to sixty in your color pallete. These luscious colors can make many hungry to taste test their own recipes. Thanks to Cynthia Tinapple at PCD yesterday, Lindly’s workshop is filling fast. If you want in, register today! Online registration can be found here.
Tracy Holmes, partner to Dan Cormier, is not new to polymer, but she is new to teaching at Master Class Camp. I was intrigued last summer when Tracy taught an impromptu mini-color workshop at MCC 2014, so I asked her to expand on it and invited her to teach this year. Tracy and Dan have been working for years to develop different color palletes that marry nicely with his bead shapes. They have certainly accomplished that. Join Tracy and learn another way to experiment with color. Online registration can be found here.