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Laurel Steven

Thanks for posting these, Geri! Although I'm not much into the tribal look, I love her very simple yet effective canework - especially the one that looks like a filmstrip!

Susan

Her book was one of the first I bought. Later I made a darling face cane that darkened in the oven and I thought it looked just like her picture in the book. I tried to contact her to send it to her but never could.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/pcbysusan/216908380/in/set-72157594239350520/
Thanks for showing her latest work!
Susan

Carol

Your last few posts have had such a lot to take in, I love seeing all that great work people are doing. I've just passed on your link to a friend who is interested in polymer clay. Hope you are feeling better now and eating everything you like.

LaLa

Wow! Thank you for posting this newest work from Debbi Jackson. I especially love the mud cloth work. I have always gravitated towards the Afro-Caribe styles. These pieces appeal to my ethnic aesthetic.

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