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My husband owns Lakeside Optical in Katy, TX. I also show my work there between shows, giving local customers a place to shop in person. More about Lakeside Optical and our location can be found on Lakeside Optical's website.
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I design for this organization can be found in the SPECIAL PROJECTS section. The mission of The Community of Hope is to create and sustain Christian communities of volunteer lay pastoral caregivers, united in prayer, shaped by Benedictine spirituality and equipped for and serving in pastoral care ministries. It began as a ministry of the Diocese of Texas, founded in 1994 at St. Lukes Episcopal Hospital, Houston and has grown into an ecumenical international organization.
Judy King, a friend and fellow artist, inspired and encouraged me to play with polymer clay. I will be ever grateful to Judy for her encouragement since the clay work serves as cheap therapy for me. Visit Judy's etsy shop to see the beautiful "little people" she creates with polymer clay.