I just found out that of the many Treasuries I've curated for Etsy, one finally made it to the Front Page! I was sleeping but others caught it and now I have it documented over at my Flickr Stream.
Take a look if you'd like. It's dreary here today and I've really been wanting to get into my clay but spent yesterday taking advantage of the sun and doing some photo shoots and lots of cooking and baking for the weekend, so this cheered me up a bit!
Organic Odysseys Photostream.
Oh, one other thing I'd like to add. I want to thank Eugena Topina for taking some photos at the Baltimore Clayworks Museum, Adornment Adored Opening and posting them to her blog. This is the show I was so enthusiastic about at the beginning of the week. I must say that my enthusiasm has deminished quite a bit and I am not exactly thrilled with the 'museum standards' they applied in displaying my work and was quite a bit disappointed in that. You can see in the pictures how the necklaces are just hung off the branches with no other support. I haven't posted my most intricate piece for you to see yet but I hope it doesn't suffer too much! I was planning on taking a trip there to see it in person but I don't see the need to now, I know it wouldn't be a pleasant experience. I just hope what doesn't sell comes back in the same condition I sent it in.
UPDATE! After trying for two days straight I finally got another Treasury, take a look, it's called, Give me Life, Not Death!
Tis whispy fine threads that carry this seed to unknown parts to bring life were there was none...
I didn't think it possible to capture the finest threads of the head of a Dandelion seed, more delicate and fine than a spiders thread, but I am amazed at the capabilities of Polymer clay once again.