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June 01, 2011

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Elizabeth Kerr

Hi Bonnie saw you on Cindy Lietz site,
love your work.
You are OOAK yourself as your work is so professionaland beautiful.
I too have done some poly clay figures but nothing like yours.
Have been to a lot of workshops,in Australia, when we are lucky enough to get the great American exponents out here, like Sherry Goshon, Pattie Culia,Pearl moon and others.
Being a Cindy gal, keeps me focused and there is always something new one can learn.
lovely to meet you.
love
Elizabeth K.
P.S. ave a blog site, but havent been there for awhile.

Bonnie Jones

Hi Elizabeth: thanks for stopping by and for the lovely comments. Being a Cindy girl is certainly a good thing because she is so talented and always has wonderful new things to learn.
Bonnie

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