Somerset Studio May/Jun 2003

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Vintage doesn’t begin to cover the prehistoric inspiration used for the May/June 2003 issue of Somerset Studio. You guessed it; this issue is inspired by art from the Jurassic era of world history. Amy Wellenstein starts off the issue with Jurassic jewelry that uses faux fossil pieces, stamps, and polymer clay. Then, Lana Thompson shares her spackle cave paintings that experiment with different texture mediums. And, Alison Rieder uses earth tones to create ancient-looking art inspired by the artists of long ago. Miriam Schaer is featured in this issue’s artist portfolio, sharing her art books and journals that foster ghost stories and other spooky feelings.


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Vintage doesn’t begin to cover the prehistoric inspiration used for the May/June 2003 issue of Somerset Studio. You guessed it; this issue is inspired by art from the Jurassic era of world history. Amy Wellenstein starts off the issue with Jurassic jewelry that uses faux fossil pieces, stamps, and polymer clay. Then, Lana Thompson shares her spackle cave paintings that experiment with different texture mediums. And, Alison Rieder uses earth tones to create ancient-looking art inspired by the artists of long ago. Miriam Schaer is featured in this issue’s artist portfolio, sharing her art books and journals that foster ghost stories and other spooky feelings.


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