BUTTON CLUB GUEST ARTIST - RAE DUNN

September 26, 2012

BUTTON CLUB GUEST ARTIST - RAE DUNN

artist website

Rae Dunn draws inspiration from the earth and finds beauty in simple shapes, natural forms, and found objects. She discovered clay in 1994, and currently has a line of wares that is sold nationwide.

Check out the cute Wilma Birthday Card (featured in the July 2012 issue of Button Club) plus more, at Rae’s etsy shop.

Her work is featured in several issues:

     





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