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Gwen Gibson on CraftCast

This week, Alison Lee chats with Gwen Gibson on CraftCast. I listened to the first half while I made supper tonight, and the last half while I cleaned up and folded laundry – gotta love multitasking nodgrin I enjoyed the interview. Gwen has taken an interesting artistic path in her life. And while she says that she’s pretty much finished with polymer clay at this point, her retreat in France is still a main attraction for pc teachers and students. She talks a lot about that during the interview. One other bonus – Alison Lee picked out a song to play by a great Scottish band I had never heard of before. I’m putting them on Polka Dot Radio, as soon as I can manage to download myself a couple of tracks…

I encourage you to take some time looking through the CraftCast archives. There was a Donna Kato interview a few weeks back that was interesting. She talked with Carol Duvall recently, too (although I have yet to listen to that one). And tonight I played last week’s chat with Tim McCreight. It seemed interesting, although my listening experience was punctuated by loud, shirtless little boys running around playing Ultraman, and I’m afraid I didn’t catch a whole lot of what was being talked about. I may have to listen to that one again when everyone is in school…

On another note:
Over the last few days, I’ve been populating the Google Reader with as many clay-related blogs as I can find. If you’ve got a favorite, I’d love to hear from you. I’m going to mention Polymer Clay Daily and Polymer Clay Notes here, but frankly if you’re a clayhead and you haven’t heard of them you must be living under a rock nodgrin

Looks like it’s time to get those boys into some shirts and put them to bed. Until next time…

Lisa

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