Monthly Archives: May 2014

ADAA 2014 Faculty Profile: Myriam Powell

I met Myriam Powell through ADAA 2013 teacher Michele Lynch.  Her work, which is available for sale in her Etsy shop, is wonderfully whimsical, sweetly gothic, and will be featured in Prims magaxine.  Myriam is teaching a two-day class on

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Lisa Renner and Laura Lunsford Classes

I am very sorry to announce that Lisa and Laura will not be able to teach at ADAA 2014.  Due to family health issues that they are both having to deal with, they have withdrawn from teaching this year.  My

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ADAA Faculty Profile: Sherry Goshon

Sherry Goshon is new to the ADAA family, but what an addition she is!  She is teaching three 1-day classes:  What’s to a Head (Friday, July 25th), The Illusion of Costuming with Paper (Saturday, July 26th), and Fun with Wire,

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ADAA Faculty Profile: Jean Bernard

Jean Bernard is a legend in the world of figurative sculpture!  I’ve heard her name mentioned so many times, but haven’t had the pleasure of meeting her in person.  For that reason alone I would be thrilled to have her

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ADAA Faculty Profile: Clarissa Callesen

Clarissa Callesen is an accomplished mixed media artist with a penchant for turning the ordinary everyday object into extraordinary works of art.  Clarissa is new to All Dolls Are Art, but I am know that she will be a huge

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