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"Moves in Polymer Clay" Exhibit
Jody Bishel
This show can be summed up by the three words that ran through my head as I entered the gallery: OH MY GOD!
Anybody who still scoffs at the idea of polymer clay as a serious medium should be sent to view this exhibit. Actually, the  medium is almost incidental, this is a show that can hold it's own against any other strictly on artistic merit.
Elise Winters, who has put together so many wonderful  polymer events is the guest curator for the exhibit.
OK, I'll stop gushing for a second to give you the rest of the info. TheBrookfield Craft Center now documents each show on CD ROM. Additional copies are available from Brookfield for $25.00 each.

Here's the basic info on the show:

                      Moves in Polymer Clay
                      Motorized, Oscillating, Vibrating, Energized
                      Jan.26 - March 23
                      The Lynn Tendler Bignell Exhibition Gallery
                      The Brookfield Craft Center
                      286 Whisconier Road
                      Brookfield CT 06804
                      203-740-7815
                      Brkfldcrft@aol.com

This is one show that's well worth the trip! My overwhelming feeling was amazinment at how far we've seen this material come.
Jody