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by Erica Lyn Schmidt
Stuart the stoat always has an extra spring in his step any time he wears his favorite scarf. Hot cocoa is next.
Made with Cosclay flexible polymer clay and painted with acrylics. The base is exotic Bloodwood.
Medium: Acrylics over Polymer Clay on exotic Bloodwood base
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I share my love of art and birds as the Creative Director of the BirdWhisperer Project online art community, and my work can also be found in scientific museums, children’s books, and private collections.
In addition to creating fine art, I collaborate on many forms of illustration work with my husband Anthony J. Schmidt. We call Wisconsin our home, which we share with our mini-artist daughter Penny.
TDArt Gallery: http://www.tdartgallery.com/ArtistGalleryRoom.asp?ArtistId=979
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