Sandpaper Poly Peel Photo Frame

Sandpaper poly peel is a unique technique, designed for flexibility and endurance. It is perfect to use for large area backgrounds to highlight other elements or all by itself. Its interesting texture and versatility can be complemented with a wide variety of other clay components and mixed media techniques. This class gives you a unique experience combining clay and mixed media into a beautiful and useful project.
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• Hard smooth surface
• Scissors
• Ruler or Marxit
• Regular kitchen knife
• Pencil
• 2 old paint brushes
• Double ball stylus
• Tissue blade
• Dental tool
• Needle nose pliers
• Small wire cutters
• Large plastic garbage bag
• 2 or more 4"x4" ceramic tiles
• Paper cups
• Old rag and paper towels
• Plastic artist palette tray
• Mod Podge ( matte )
• Green acrylic paint (or color of choice)
• Burnt umber acrylic paint
• Goop glue
• Adirondack alcohol blending solution
• Three colors of alcohol inks. Lettuce, Latte, Butterscotch
• Super glue
• Gold Rub n' Buff
• One sheet of # 60 sandpaper
• 2 oz. leaf green clay
• 2 oz. creamy white clay
• 2 oz. gold clay (soft clay is best)
• Small wood photo frame (aprox. 8"x8")
• 2 doz. upholstery tacks
• 4 mm. gold beads
• Swarovski flat backed crystals
• Decorative focal piece

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Heather Campbell

Heather Campbell

Heather considers her work an extension of life experience, designed with complexity while remaining beautifully simple. Visualizing each piece as an experience unto itself, she considers shape, color, texture and dimension while infusing mood and uniqueness. She uses the language of Art to encourage conversation, independent thought and an appreciation for beauty and creativity. Sharing her passion for mixed media and polymer clay with others is deeply satisfying and rewarding.

As Heather’s work has evolved over the years, she has developed a unity between assemblage, mixed media and polymer...
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