Lindly Haunani Color Collage
Are you color challenged when it comes to your polymer work? Well, we’ve got something just for you. If you’ve never taken a color class from Lindly, this is your chance. She has modified and updated her traditional color workshop and put a different spin on it just for MCC 2013.
But, did you know that Lindly’s roots go way back in the polymer clay world? Lindly is a founding member of the Potomac Polymer Clay Guild as well as the National Polymer Clay Guild. She began teaching workshops way back in 1990 and continues to enjoy traveling around the world to lecture and inspire other artists.
Her passion for food and cooking provide a basis for her inspiration and is often expressed via color, construction techniques and form. Her work is part of the permanent collections of the Racine Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Newark Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Meinge International Museum in San Diego. She has a BFA in Printmaking from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.
She is co-author of two books, the first with Pierrette Ashcroft, Artist’s at Work: Polymer Clay Comes of Age and her latest book Color Inspirations with Maggie Maggio. Color Inspirations has quickly become the color reference manual for the polymer community and artists working in other mediums. She has starred in several video workshops and has been featured in numerous polymer and arts magazines, including Bead and Button Magazine. Her work has appeared in more than fifty invitational and juried shows and was awarded the prestigious Niche Award in 2009. She also received the Creative Pioneer and Innovator Award at CFCF’s February 2013 Conference in Laurel, MD.
To register for Lindly’s workshop, Inspired Color: Collaging for Clarity, download the workshop info and registration form here.