All of the Sandy Camp photos are now on the website and available to view. Special thanks to syndee Holt for her services as official event photographer and for her “how to photograph polymer clay” session. The photos are wonderful, the information very useful.
This year’s photos and all the images from previous years are at PHOTO GALLERY PAGE
Learn Louise Fischer Cozzi‘s surface & finishing secrets! In this packed 2 day course November 12th and 13th, 2016 you’ll discover how she achieves her complex surface texture and color effects. You’ll also be coached in unique finishing techniques that make her pieces fit and feel fabulous.
This class will fill up fast, so don’t wait. Reserve your spot now.
To save your space and to find out more details (like how much it costs and what techniques she’s teaching) CLICK HERE.
Thank you to everyone who has been kind enough to share their photos of clay days, the holiday party, Sandy Camp fun in the tent and the Sandy Camp demo photos. I just finished editing and merging all the wonderful photos that have been shared.
Enjoy the new photos by clicking on the page tab titled Photo Gallery . The tabs for different pages of the SDPCG website are located under the group photo. You can also use the navigation area to the right of the website to access the different pages.
Each of the last 5 years of Sandy Camp is there. You can enjoy the demo photos, fun in the tent, the family dinner etc. Each year has sub categories to easily find what you are looking for.
When you get to the photo gallery page each section will show you medium sized thumbnails. Click the slideshow option to get wonderful full sized photos, or if you only want to see one or two full size just click on the thumbnail to see it as a full size photo.
Take a step back in time, find the demo photos you’ve been looking for, see all the fun we’ve had over the years, explore the photo gallery page and have fun!
The San Diego Polymer Clay Guild Pinterest site will promote the guild and its members. We will highlight the members who wish to have individual boards to showcase their polymer clay creations and link to their other sites (Etsy, Artfire, Etsy, Facebook, Flickr, blog, etc.). We will have boards covering Polymer clay related interests. There will be boards on tutorials, color combining, tools & techniques, Sandy Camp, project demos at meetings, San Diego, etc.
The Pinterest site will be created by Gloria Clanin with the help of Nancy Ulrich.