Monday, July 6, 2015

So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Adieu...

CornerStone was conceived in 2010 with the mission of sharing the knowledge of our very talented Senior Instructor team with our lovely friends and customers. Since that time we've published articles on topics covering business, technical concerns, design considerations, marketing, teacher's tips, and much more. I can't speak for the other contributors, but I've learned so much right here that I might not have been exposed to in any other forum. And, I've been honored to participate in the discussion.

Starting now, CornerStone will be taking a sabbatical. PMCC is taking stock and formulating some new ideas, and although we're not completely leaving the blogging world, we'll be taking some time off to re-boot. All of the information on the blog will be archived, and if the URL address changes, we'll let you know. Until then, please take a look at our past posts. This is a great place to spend some time surfing for metal clay, jewelry, and business information that is tailored to your favorite production methods.

Start at the beginning, or take your chances by clicking links on the right, over there at the Blog Archives. Each page is stuffed full of great content. Many thanks go out to all our contributors - past and present, all the interviewees (remember the Profiles in Artistry?), and everyone behind the scenes that made this blog the wonderful resource it has become.

We're not totally gone from cyberspace. Please keep in touch via FaceBook and let us know if you need help. If you haven't already, please feel free to 'friend' both Janet Alexander and myself and we'd be happy to try to answer any questions you may have. Until next time... World - May the Clay be with you!

Posted by Lora Hart 
Artistic Advisor


Carol Faith said...

THANK YOU ALL FOR THE GREAT TIPS, Enjoy your rest and you will be missed.

Marlynda said...

The two of you, Lora and Janet, have been steady and faithful not only to write these blogs, but to also respond to questions and comments along the way. Ladies, I for one appreciate the great job you all have done. You have packed your posts with information, tests results, encouragement, inspiration, and whimsy. I know you both will continue to do great things in the metal clay world. said...

You have definitely provided your readers with plenty of wonderful tips and tricks. I understand that you need rest. However, I hope that soon this blog will go alive again.

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