Sunday, May 30, 2010

Smoosher Spotlight: ColtPixy

Smoosher Spotlight is an opportunity to meet one of my fellow fabulous ArtFire Polymer Clay Smooshers Guild members each week. This week, I'm pleased to introduce ColtPixy, Guild Master for the PCSG.

ColtPixy has been an inspiration to me since we first met. At that time, she was perfecting her mica shift technique, which lead to her adorable and popular Lucky Bunny Booty keychains.

ColtPixy is always interested in experimenting with new techniques. While exploring faux stone methods, she created her own unique and fascinating faux look-- appropriately dubbed Pixy Stones.


With her attention to detail and her love of creating one-of-a-kind items, its no wonder that ColtPixy's current focus is on making miniatures. Her mini work is absolutely amazing; I believe she has really found her niche!


These are but a few of the wonderful items ColtPixy has created. To see more, visit her ArtFire shop. Want to see her work in progress? Visit ColtPixy's blog to see what she's currently working on creating.

12 comments:

Cat said...

You picked great examples!

Haffina said...

ColtPixy is amazing! Great post about a fabulous lady!

Jennifer said...

ColtPixy is a wonderful lady. She is an awesome guild master and a fabulous artist. This is an amazing post.

Craftybabyhope

coltpixy said...

How sweet! DawnMarie it just dawned on me that we have known each other for quite a while now. Since before you joined artfire. It has been a fun experience.
(((hugs)))

EmilyClaireCreations said...

Love, love, love it!!

Niki said...

Love her work, great post!

Tina Holden said...

The mica shift is fabulous. Coltpixy is my "sanding idol"! I wish I had her patience.

butterscotchgrove said...

You picked some great pictures for this post.

FantasyClay said...

Love the butterfly on the basket, I never noticed that

Dee said...

You found some beautiful items!

c said...

Excellent picks. What an amazing creative spirit ColtPixy has. Such a wonderful person too.

Ginger said...

I just love her mini baskets.