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Thank you to all of you who came out to the Holiday Showcase! I had an amazing time and met a lot of great people.  Who doesn’t love good food, jewelry and clay art all in once place!

Check out the Winter Class Schedule and hopefully I look forward to seeing some of you in class!

CLICK HERE for the Winter class schedule!

SIGN UP for Classes HERE

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It’s the season for giving!

Click Here to Download PDF: Holiday Showcase

Bloomology along with Easter Ahn Design will be hosting a Holiday Showcase at the Sandwich Box on

SUNDAY December 5th

11:30-5:30

139 W. 1st St.

Tustin, CA

 

What can you expect with Bloomology on that day?

  • Participate in a MAKE & TAKE
  • See live demonstrations from Catherine the clay artist.
  • Sign up for future clay classes that will be discounted at the Holiday Showcase only!
  • Buy gift cards for clay classes to give as a gift to an artsy loved one or crafter extraordinaire!
  • Buy clay, tools and kits for you try this at home.
  • Or just walk around and enjoy the art!

What is a Make & Take you ask?

Consider it a 30 minute snapshot of what a class is like.  Instead of making a full on project, you’ll learn how to make a single beginner flower.  You can come by anytime between 11:30 – 5 and it’s first come first serve.

Cost: $10 including materials

A Percentage of the Proceeds will Support

This is an amazing non profit organization that supports neglected and abused children and teens at the Orangewood Home.  This is a great opportunity for you to grab some delicious food, shop, take a class and at the same time support a really worthy cause!

I hope to see you all there!

**Bloomology will accept CASH only

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Block Party

I always love hearing about local artists and events.  I found out about a local indie craft show tomorrow called the BLOCK PARTY hosted by the Handmade Brigade of Orange County that will showcase a lot of local artists who specialize in all things handmade.  If you have time, come out to downtown Santa Ana at the FIESTA Marketplace and take a look around to see all the  70+ local vendors.

As I was perusing the website, I found out that this group doesn’t fit your normal, run of the mill, granny type crafters, but rather features an eclectic group of artists.  I was definitely intrigued by this hidden gem.

If you have time on Saturday, definitely check out the Block Party!

For more info, check out the Handmade Brigade’s BLOG HERE.

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An Early Halloween

image courtesy of Sue Dupuy

I had such a blast at the art walk last weekend and met such amazing people. One family in particular stuck out to me because the whole clan decided to come out and enjoy the Santiago Art Walk together from the baby in the stroller, to the teenage oldest brother and of course the amazing parents who brought them all in tow. It was a pretty big family.

They were perusing my displays and apparently one piece stuck out to them.  They were immediately drawn to the glass orb with the Halloween pumpkin inside. The oldest son asked me how much it was and without hesitation he immediately pulled out the cash to purchase this piece.  I could’ve said it was a $1000 and he would’ve still bought it.  To be honest, I was at first a little confused as to why they wanted the pumpkin of all things, but when I asked why they liked that particular piece, he told me that Halloween was a special day for his parents because they were married on that day. He wanted to get it for them as a gift. I was so completely touched by what the son did for his parents spontaneously just because he loved them and knew what it would mean to them.

The whole family was oohing and ahhing over this simple ornament that I had made just to have as a “Halloween” piece for my portfolio, but for this family it meant so much more.  After they left my studio, it made me think about how beautiful and blessed they were.  You could completely sense how much they all cared for each other and how much all the kids loved their parents.

That family left an indelible mark on me and gave Halloween a completely new meaning.

So to that family, I say thank you and Happy Halloween!

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Summer is here! Whether you have plans to hit the beach or travel somewhere exotic, make time to visit the Bloomology Studio this summer because we have a lot of events and classes lined up.

You can catch us at:


Come by and visit Santa Ana’s beautiful Santiago Art District. We’ll have food, music and of course an array of art galleries to look at.   Come see us the third Saturday night of every month! 7-10pm.  And if you’re wishing you were on the beaches of Hawaii, but don’t have $$$ come by in July for Tropicalfest at the Santiago Art District! Who knows, you might see some hula dancers walking around =)

June 19

July 17


And also at :


I will be showcasing my work at the Santa Ana Zoo during the summer concert series on

Sunday July 18th.


Please come by with your family and friends. When will you get another chance to enjoy music, art and animals all at the same time!

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These days I’ve been mainly focusing on my classes, however, I’ve been able to squeeze in some time to create some cute small arrangements.  I usually have some leftover clay flowers and it’s such a waste to have them lying around so I took one day to create a bunch of petite flowers cups! It looks so tiny, but anyone who has taken my class knows that a lot of care and time is usually taken to make something even as small as this. Here are just a couple of the ones I made.

I love my job =)

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Come support your local artists and check out the Santiago Art Walk this Saturday!

Bloomology Studio will be open alongside 20+ other artist galleries.

Time: 7 – 10 pm, May 15

Hope to see you all there!

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