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SHERRY COX

Your Company Name: None as of yet : )
Email Address/Web Page: exxcentrix@hotmail.com
   http://www.mindspring.net/~chrisherry/index.html
City & State: Opelika, Alabama
Type of Craft: polymer clay/crafts

Tell us in your own words, how you discovered polymer clay and how long have you been using it?

I was searching for chili peppers on eBay. And found some earrings, that said they were made from Fimo. This all began in Dec 1998 (yes last month : )

Are there any special artists that you can attribute your interest to or that have inspired you?

No, But since I have found Delphi, I have found LOTS of inspiration.

What is your specialty?

None yet,, but I make a mean mushroom.

Can you tell us why you find polymer clay the expressive medium for you?

Have you published any polymer clay books or do you have any in the works?

I know it is very difficult to express, but have you won any awards for your polymer clay work?

What are your expectations for the future? Where do you hope to be 5 years from now?

One day I hope to be able to sell my clay and stay home with my children : )

Do you have any advice for the beginning polymer clay enthusiasts?

Yes, If you have ANY questions, don't be shy around here (Delphi). Everyone is very friendly and willing to help. (No, I did not get paid to say that)

Are you a member of any Polymer Clay group,or any other craft organization?

Nope, not yet.

What brands of polymer clay do you prefer and why?

I started with Fimo, but have been using sculpy the past couple of weeks. (arthur-itis and all)

Last and most important can you tell us all about you? Your family, your training?

I am a charge nurse in a nursing home, on maternity leave right now though. DH is Chris, 3 kids, offering two up for adoption or will trade evenly for a couple blocks of clay.

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