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  • My Published Art

    Just Steampunk! Vol. 1, 2011

    Just Steampunk! Volume 1 2011

  • Just Steampunk! Vol. 2, 2012

  • Just Steampunk! Vol. 4, 2014

  • Just Steampunk! Vol. 5, 2014

  • Just Jewelry Vol. 2, 2015

  • Polymer Cafe Sept/Oct 2015 Vol. 13 No. 6

  • Just Mixed Media Volume 1, 2016

  • PolymerCafe' July/August 2016 Vol. 14 No. 5

  • Just Steampunk! Vol. 8 2016

  • Just Mixed Media Vol. 2 2017

  • Just Steampunk! Vol. 9 2017





Our Cape Cod cottage is being sold.  I took the steampunk seahorse porthole home from the Cape 2014 seahorse portaland it now adorns my bathroom door here in Shirley.  I made this in 2014, now it is back home.






2017 EKG HeartThis heart pendant was made for a friends hubby who recently had open heart surgery.  I used Sculpey® III and various gears and copper wire.  The arteries were formed using my Makin’s Professional® Ultimate Clay Extruder®. I also added a mini circuit board on the back to control the beat. When my wife took a picture of it for my Blog, she said: The gear in the front looks like a face…I said OMG, Marie, his wife, sees faces in everything!  Here’s looking at you.






The Background Graphics Desktop Design BlueNumber 13 was created from Makin’s Clay®, the No Bake Clay®. He is my September project and he now monitors the activities in my studio.  Hop on over to: Makinsclayblog.blogspot.com for complete instructions and make yourself a little robot! 




2017 Vulcan RockMy wife was in Alabama recently for a family reunion. She always brings me a small rock from her travels: (at my request). She was at the Vulcan in Birmingham, the largest cast iron statue in the world where she found a small piece of hematite iron ore.  I made a polymer castle, about 1 1/2″ tall on top of this little rock and decided to call it the Vulcan Castle. I used Sculpey Souffle™  polymer clay and mica powders in the making of the castle.

Down in the meadow in a little bitty pool.




Beach Waves Water Landscape Sea Summer CostaThis little fishy mobile was made with Makin’s Clay®.  I learned the faux fused glass technique from Mihaela Georgescu. Head over to Makinsclayblog.blogspot.com for complete instructions…swim said the Mama fishy swim if you can.




2017 Nautilus ShellThis pendant was made from Makin’s Clay®.  I added nail art foils and finished with DecoArt® Triple Thick Gloss Glaze.




Maritime Boat Bump Buoy BoatingI made this buoy using Makin’s Clay®, The No Bake Clay®.  The substrate is a cardboard tube and aluminum foil. It was antiqued with burnt umber oil paint. I also used a Makins® Clay Cutter to form the number “6”.  The buoy is about 5″ tall. Taking this to our Cape Cod cottage.