On April 25th 2015 I will teach a class on how to sculpt good hands in Warsaw, Poland. We will work with air dry clay. For more information you can send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org
July 2015 I will be teaching two workshops in Australia for the Fibre Arts Australia Winter School. It will be my first visit to this part of the world. The one in Ballarat is fully booked but there are a few openings in Leongatha. Take your chance!
Here you can find general information on the Winter School.
And here you can see what my workshop is about.
Craftcast has a great offer on my classes: 20% off! The classes are video demonstrations with my voice over in English. Great fun!
Why not take all three. Use coupon code harvest2014 — happy crafting!
October 17 through 19 there will be an international Doll Show in Kiev, Ukraine. I will be teaching a workshop on sculpting facial expressions there.
I am in the middle of my preparations and I am looking forward to the trip!
Below you can see a few examples
Russian Svetlana Pchelnikova has published a brand new book about male figures in Doll Art.
My piece “Taking care of Chicken” is on the cover!
Now available: Men Dolls
This head was not finished sculpting yet but when I unwrapped it (months later) there was some fungus or alga growing on the porcelain clay. It looks funny, like marmor. It probably will be all gone after firing.
This is one of the students in my Facial Expressions class in Prague.
Look at her smiling face: she made herself!
Doll Prague 2013. DABIDA booth in Prague.
From left to right: Saskia Hoeboer, Marlaine Verhelst, Caroline van Stiphout, Kathleen Engelen, Christine Polis. Francisca Markus and Benoit Polveche.
Such a great city, such nice people!
Cara Rae of Icreateflix.com asked me for a radio interview again:
We talked a whole hour about doll making techniques and could have gone on for hours.
So have fun listening.