Hidden Worlds Challenge Winner – People’s Choice

Hidden Worlds Challenge Winner – People’s Choice

Sharon Cavendish Winner of the People’s Choice Award When Sharon saw the title of the Hidden Worlds Challenge, she immediately thought of the dragon Smaug from The Lord of the Rings, with his hidden treasure under the mountain. That inspired her to create her winning...
Hidden Worlds Challenge Winner – Advanced Category

Hidden Worlds Challenge Winner – Advanced Category

Meet Gabriele Landolt Winner, Advanced Category, Hidden Worlds Challenge Gabriele’s winning piece, Hide the Precious, is an intricate hinged locket which opens to reveal a glimpse of brilliant color hidden behind a second hinged cover. Opening the final compartment...
Hidden Worlds Challenge Winner – Intermediate Category

Hidden Worlds Challenge Winner – Intermediate Category

Meet Joy Wignall Winner, Intermediate Category, Hidden Worlds Challenge Joy Wignall, winner of the Intermediate Category, bought her first package of metal clay three years ago after retiring from teaching computing.  Reluctant to open it, she explored the internet...
Hidden Worlds Challenge Winner – Beginners Category

Hidden Worlds Challenge Winner – Beginners Category

Meet Denise Hershey Winner, Beginners Category, Hidden Worlds Challenge Denise’s winning entry in the Beginners Category began with her discovery of a beautiful rhyolite stone with inclusions that looked like little planetary systems to her.  An archaeology fan and...
Sea & Sky Challenge Winner – People’s Choice

Sea & Sky Challenge Winner – People’s Choice

Kim Rumberger Winner, People’s Choice Award Kim Rumberger’s winning piece, Freedom of Expression, is a silver keepsake box, inspired by a quote from John F. Kennedy:  “If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision...
Sea and Sky Challenge Winner – Jewelry

Sea and Sky Challenge Winner – Jewelry

Liz Sabol Winner, Jewelry Category Liz Sabol’s winning piece, The Man in the Moon pendant, was designed as part of a celestial series of pendants that she’s in the process of producing by die-striking.  “I made the metal clay version as a prototype,” says Liz.  “Only...