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Learn, Create And Be Inspired By Internationally Acclaimed Polymer Clay Artist Alice Stroppel On Sunday, June 2, 2024 At SouthEast Florida Polymer Clay Guild Workshop. Open To Non-Members

From jewelry and home decor to sculpting and installations, polymer clay is an exciting artist medium.  On Sunday, June 2, 2024 the South East Florida Polymer Clay Guild (SEFPCG) is bringing internationally renowned polymer clay artist, Alice Stroppel for a one-day workshop.  It is open to non-members of the Guild and will focus on “Crazy Birds & Critters” at the Kings Point Golf & Country Club Main Clubhouse Art Room in Delray Beach, FL.  The workshop fee includes a one year membership in the Guild, so you can maintain your skills and share your knowledge.  This is your chance to meet and learn from the inventor of the famous “Stroppel Cane” in person! Seats are limited!  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks of Alice’s artistry.

 

 

SOUTH    EAST    FLORIDA    POLYMER    CLAY    GUILD

 

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Internationally renowned Polymer Clay artist and instructor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Members $90.00         Non-Members $125.00 

 

 

($125.00 Non-Member fee includes a Membership to the Guild for the remainder of the year)

 

 

 Deadline to register is May 15th

 

 

Supply list will be sent to those attending on or before May 15th.

 

 

We  will  break  for  lunch  on  our  own. 

 

 

An assortment of Alice Stroppel’s International Award winning polymer clay 

 

 

 

The Stroppel cane is a great polymer clay leftover technique. It gives a really cool rock slab effect that changes each time you do it. The technique was invented by Alice Stroppel. Alice Stroppel’s original technique was done using cane ends, but you can use any leftovers you want.

 

 

International Polymer Clay Association recognizes Alice Stroppel

 

 

Alice Stroppel tells The Rickie Report, “I have a casual approach to working with polymer clay. That doesn’t mean I don’t try to create seriously fabulous pieces. Sometimes succeeding, sometime not, but always not afraid to open that block of clay. Most of all I have to have fun, laugh while I work and hopefully share that joy with other.”

 

 

 

 

Contact for details:

Helene de Laurentis 561-221-4526

 

Mail check payable to SEFPCG to:

Helene De Laurentis

109 Seville D

Delray Beach, FL 33446

 

DIRECTIONS    TO    EVENT:

 

 

Kings Point Art Room**

7000 W Atlantic Ave.    Delray Beach Florida

 

 

**Must have photo ID to enter gate to Kings Point

(At the gate, state that you are coming for the Polymer Clay Guild Meeting in the Art Room)

 

Kings Point, Delray Beach Club House Art Room 7000 West Atlantic Ave   Delray Beach, FL 33446    561-499-0464

Manned Main Entrance Gate 561-499-7751 Club House  http://kingspointdelray.com/ (website home page)

(Sorry, Kings Point does not allow children in the Club House.)

Driving Directions:

• From Rte 95:

  1. Take Rte 95 to the W ATLANTIC AVE EXIT (Rte 806) in Delray Beach.
  2. Go WEST 5 miles (toward the FL Turnpike).
  3. Continue WEST until you cross Jog/Power Line Rd.
  4. Go to next lights and turn LEFT into the main manned security gate of Kings Point, Delray Beach.
  5. Tell guard you are going to the Polymer Clay workshop in the Art Room and that you are to park in the East EndCafé Parking Lot.
  6. Go straight and then right to the Club House and park free in the parking lot on the right and enter through thecourt yard.
  7. Because you are not a Kings Point member, you may be asked to leave your auto license or an ID at the guard desk and to pick it up when you leave.
  8. From the guard desk, turn right to the entrance to the Art Room, second room on your right.

• From FL Turnpike:

  1. Get off at the W ATLANTIC AVE (Rte 806) EXIT in Delray Beach and go EAST.
  2. Go about 2 miles EAST past Oriole Plaza on your left.
  3. Cross Cumberland Drive and turn right at the next lights into theKings Point Delray Beach AdultCondominium Main Security Gate on your RIGHT. (If you reach the Jog Rd lights you have gone too far by 1⁄2mile so make a U turn and go back to next lights and turn left into gate).
  4. Tell guard you are going to the Polymer Clay workshop in the Art Room and will park in the East End CaféParking Lot.
  5. Go straight and then right to the Club House and park free in the parking lot on the right and enter through thecourt yard.
  6. Because you are not a Kings Point member, you may be asked to leave your car license or an ID at the guard desk and pick it up when you leave.
  7. From the guard desk, turn right to the entrance to the Art Room, second room on your right.

 

 

RESERVE    YOUR    SPOT !

 SEATS    ARE    LIMITED

 

 

 

RSVP contact phone, text and email to:

 

 

Helene de Laurentis, SEFPCG President

(561) 221-4526. Call or Text

Email: helenedelaurentis@gmail.com

 

 

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Each month, SEPFCG offers a forum for guild members to share their experiences with each other on the last Sunday of each month year round in the Kings Point Golf and Country Club Delray Main Clubhouse Art Room.  AS this is a gated community an RSVP is recommended.  Some of our projects include jewelry, home decor items/photo frames, garden decor/windchimes, seasonal decor/figurines and more!  Two or three times a year, our guild engages professional polymer clay artists from all over the world to teach at each one of our Sunday workshops.  We’ve had the privilege of hosting polymer artists Anna Shaw, Christi Friesen and Suzanne Ivester.  Each came to our guild and taught at a thrilling, educational Sunday workshop.  Our Membership dues are $40 a year. SEFPCG is focused on bringing the art of polymer clay to new people.

 

 

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