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Lucky Valley Press author/friend, Sharon Mehdi

When I first met Sharon Mehdi, I thought she was a stand-up comic. She made me laugh until my jeans burst at the seams. Then I discovered all kinds of interesting things about Sharon: labyrinth walker, healer, teacher, writer, public speaker. S…

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Sculpting Polymer Buddhas #4

I am not well-set, nor do I have the bandwidth for, taking pictures of my hands while creating. Following are all the photos of my Buddhas over the course of three days. All the facial features are exaggerated, not on purpose. The top not…

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Tibetan Temple #3

I rediscovered polymer clay after a 20 year hiatus. Back in the early 90s, I made beads and pins and jewelry items. This time around, I had in mind the tiny lumberyard and all my little itty bitty constructions. For the Zendo, I formed a little plat…

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Tibetan Temple #2

From The Once and Future King by TH White: “It is God who keeps the price secret, Uther. Not I.” “God? God? What god? I have heard you speak of so many gods. If you mean Mithras…” Says Merlin, “Mithras. Apollo. Arthur. Christ. Call him what …

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Welcome to Artist Candy Wooding!

With calligraphy, bookbinding, pastepapers and other media, I create keepsakes for life’s special occasions…I like to think of my art as creating memories in time, by commemorating old memories and creating new ones. I want my art to touch people at the heart level, the emotional part of their being.

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