Welcome to our website. We’re glad you found us. We have a lot going on and we want you to be a part of it. First and foremost, we love polymer clay,
so we have created a gallery with one of a kind art jewelry and sculpture that utilizes polymer in its making. We do have a few artists using metals, metal
clay, fiber, paper, enamels and ceramic clay, yielding an eclectic wonderland of fine craft and art. We have three thousand square feet of space in an
historic harness factory down the street from the old rail hub that sustained Buford through the Depression. Our quaint little town is a great place to come
for the day, to have lunch and wander through the shops, and to enjoy all the art that Buford has to offer.
Filigree & More is housed within Creative Journey Studios’ mortar and brick. Here you can indulge in a wide array of supplies that are geared toward
making jewelry and using polymer clay. We love mixed media art, so you will find beautiful Japanese papers, raw brass filigree, interesting paints, pearls,
stone beads, pressed cotton balls, bezels, chains, inks, embossing powders, swellegant, gilders paste, and select high quality tools. We are constantly
adding hard to find products to the store.
We have created a well-equipped classroom designed for groups of no more than ten to have unprecedented access to the teacher. This is backed by an
equipment room with ample ovens and other tools to handle the class’ output. Each student has a nicely lit table with a work surface to spread out on.
Eight to ten times a year we bring in master teachers to share their unique techniques and projects.
You are surrounded by inspiration when you come to Creative Journey Studios. Not only can you view the work of sixty five artists, you can study the
retrospective exhibit with over a hundred artists and work dating back to the early eighties. We have put together a mind boggling collection of loaned,
gifted and personally owned art that has no rival, and that continues to grow in magnitude and importance. Much of the collection has been published in
books, magazines and online. It is a bucket list opportunity to see why we feel that polymer has come of age as an art medium.
Keep track of the latest news by going to our blog… www.creativejourneyart.blogspot.com (and now also at www.creativejourneystudios.blogspot.com).
Be sure to investigate the “Upcoming Classes” page, and call right away if you see a class you want to join. Classes fill quickly and we are giving priority
to the people who want all three days. We are starting a wait list for you if you are requesting just the weekend or one day. Your space is secured by the
receipt of your check.
If you are not a fixture around here, let me remind you of our hours: 1:00 to 6:00 PM Wednesday to Saturday. We are often here at other times, working
or playing. We also go out of town or have a sick day, so calling first is the best way to not be disappointed!
Come and enjoy the celebration of polymer art with us!
Sue and Ellen