Challenge Redux

So I am just crazy enough to take up Leslie Saeta’s  challenge again after doing it in September. But really, what a way to start the new year! Creating 30 pieces. Does that mean I can rest on my laurels the rest of the year? NO.

I have at least 4 pieces that have needed completion for several months that will be a part of this challenge. This is one of the great things about the challenges. You can use that time to finish pieces that have been languishing in the studio.

It is also a great time to pick one skill set, design principle, or subject to work through.

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