Brienne Needs a Home!
Brienne the Dragon needs a home! Brienne was sculpted by the remarkably talented Kim Beaton, using the outdoor all-weather sculpting material, Pal Tiya. Today Kim posted the following notice on Facebook: “Seattle Friends! I am seeking foster locations for my sculpture Brienne in order to get her sold. Can anyone suggest to me a possible […]
Who wants to buy a Dragon?
Brienne is for sale. Yes, the charming dragonette created by the world-class sculptor, Kim Beaton, is looking for home. Brienne is made with tender loving care, highly-skilled craftsmanship, and a virtually weatherproof sculpting material, Pal Tiya, which can now be purchased in the U.S. if you want to make your own fantastic sculptures. Here’s Brienne […]
Pal Tiya in the News: Meet Brienne
This Wednesday, February 22, 2017, the gifted sculptor Kim Beaton will present her new creation, Brienne the Dragon, while extolling the virtues of the revolutionary sculpting material, Pal Tiya. She will be at Booth 2258 at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show, from February 22 to 26. Watch for Kim’s booth here: Live action videos […]
A Mushroom House in Eight Minutes!
New Zealand sculptor Kim Beaton’s new video demonstrates making a home for “Faery Folk” and showing it off in your garden. Using Pal Tiya, the super-clay, of course. Uploaded June 1, 2015 Kim says: Do the Faerie-Folk in your garden have nowhere to sleep? In 8 minutes Kim will show you step-by-step how to make […]
The Pal Tiya Velociraptor
Who wants to make a velociraptor? Steven Saunders, Lead Modelmaker on Thunderbirds are Go!, is doing it with the revolutionary outdoor modeling clay, Pal Tiya. Kim Beaton has just uploaded a video of the work-in-progress here: Uploaded on May 28, 2015. Kim says, “Did you know that Eighty trillion percent of the cost of all […]
Pal Tiya in the News — Avatar Floating Rocks!
New Zealand sculptor Kim Beaton has released a video demonstrating how to make your very own Avatar Floating Rock planter, using their revolutionary sculpting clay, Pal Tiya. Here it is:
How to Make a Fairy Door
In this just-over-three-minutes video, New Zealand sculptor Kim Beaton demonstrates how to make a fairy door using their revolutionary long-lasting modeling substance, Pal Tiya: Uploaded March 31, 2015. ©Pal Tiya 2015 In this 43-minute video, Kim fashions an “Ivy Face”: Uploaded March 17, 2014. Video Directed & produced by Chris Burns Music: “Folk Song” – […]
How to Hug Your Dragon
New Zealand has many fine attractions, such as Hobbiton, the magnificent scenery of Milford Sound, Aukland’s Sky Tower, the Weta Cave in Wellington, and the Wellington Zoo, where visitors can actually hug a dragon. Yes, Grandpa Dragon loves getting hugs, like this: And look, there’s a zoo map near Grandpa for your convenience: What a […]
Pal Tiya in the News, 09-03-2014
Kim and Warren Beaton, the makers of the revolutionary sculpting material, Pal Tiya, have posted a slew of testimonials, including one from Sir Richard Taylor of New Zealand. See here.
Pal Tiya in the News, April 28, 2014
The New Zealand paper Cook Strait News published an article about Kim and Warren Beaton’s new sculpting material, Pal Tiya, which they’ve developed to be durable, non-toxic, inexpensive and has other fine attributes which are listed here. More is revealed in the newspaper report. Read on: