Seana Bettencourt

My name is Seana Bettencourt and I have been playing with polymer clay since the mid-’90s. I have been working with it since 2005. I was amazed at what it could do the first time I saw Donna Kato on the Carol Duvall show and have been hooked ever since. My very first teacher was Sarah Shriver, and have taken many classes from so many talented artists throughout the years. I have been teaching locally for about 15 years. First at Michaels and then at my current guild in Lexington Ma and a few bead shops here and there. Now I have passed my love of clay onto my 5-year-old granddaughter. We have side by side workspaces where we spend lots of time claying together.

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  • Your classes are just amazing and I have learned sooo much from Cindy Pope’s classes on the Silhouette machines. She breaks it down so any beginner can learn. I didn’t take my Curio out of the box for a year until I watched her class. Now I’m addicted

    Beth B
  • Thank you for the informational class last night, and for the notes, it looks like a great product to work with. Best Wishes,

  • You are a truly generous soul to share so much with the community. I am constantly impressed by the extra effort you put into everything you do. A true inspiration. 

    Bridget D.