Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Polymeri Online 30.5.06


Have you ever tried tatoos on clay?

i never did but here is a link to put water tatoo on polymer clay -
http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/watertatoo.html

Monday, May 29, 2006

Polymeri Online 29.5.06


Emma Ralph started beading since she was a student in college in England. She works with polymer clay. regular clay and glass beads. She focuses on making unique beads and working full time in her studio, her creations are influenced by great artists like Gustav Klimt.

Emma wrote several articles and published 2 PC books with lot's of enjoyable projects.
http://www.ejrbeads.co.uk/

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Polymeri Online 25.5.06


Melanie West Makes boxed, buttons, beads from polymer clay, in addition to her being a polymer clay artist she is also a photographer and painter.

lovely!

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Polymeri Online 24.5.06


Matthew Nix from Nix Creations has some nice stuff in his site, he started his business at 2003 making making jewelry out of "fried marbles." Since then he is working constantly on new creative art, All his jewelry is handcrafted incorporating various techniques including wire wrapping, dichroic glass, crackle glass, polymer clay and faux finishes

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Polymeri Online 23.5.06


If you haven't built up a photographing studio to take pictures of your lovely creations, here's a movie by Dawn and Evan which design and make jewlery and other accessories.

In the movie you can see the process of preparing a handmade photo studio using cheap and home items like bowl and others.

They also teach how to work with photo editing software like Photoshop.

it's quite long but worth it.

http://www.dawnandevan.com/tutorials.htm

Monday, May 22, 2006

Polymeri Online 22.5.06


Louise Fischer Cozzi

She was a graphic designer, and then went on to pursue fiberarts and polymer clay. She has been working in polymer since 1991. Her award winning pieces and articles have appeared in Belle Armoire, Bead and Button, and Lapidary Journal as well as numerous books.

She forms simple elegant shapes of translucent clay and infuses them with layers of texture and color that suggest infinite depth.

http://louisefischercozzi.com/index.htm

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Polymeri Online 18.5.06


Elaine Robitaille - Tooaquarius

Tooaquarius is Elaine Robitaille. It comes from her actual zodiac sign and her tendency to be, sometimes, too Aquarius.

She have been creative her whole life - from drawing to games to storytelling to programming(!)

She loves beads and her canes are wonderful!


Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Polymeri Online 17.5.06


Barbara Fajardo -

Barbara sold fine jewelry for about 15 years and had always wanted to become a certified gemologist.

She happened on polymer clay entirely by accident. her best friend and herself were looking for a class to take together and found one at her local community college called "Making Fimo Beads." Eureka! This was it! Polymer Clay had been looking for her!


She published article in Polymer CAFE and won prizes.


Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Polymeri Online 16.5.06


It took a while but at last SL Savarick site is online.

He was featured as an Emerging Artist in Gwen gibson site and he was a dancer, chef, body buider, graphic designer and more!

He uses silk screened clay and make perfect Inros


Monday, May 15, 2006

Polymeri Online 15.5.06


Sophie Dowse - Sophiori

Sophie always knew that she will be an artist - since she was 6 yrs old when she sold one of her painting for 25 cents, she hopes to reach 20$ in the end of her vacation and she sold it all by her first day!

she is from Canada and she is designing colorfull, fresh, easy to wear jewlery since 1999.


Sunday, May 14, 2006

Polymeri Online 14.5.06


Susan Samitz
The question she is asked most often is whether her work is painted. It is actually made by layering different-colored polymer clay (an acrylic modeling clay) into three-dimensional designs called "canes

She has been working with polymer clay since 1988 and Making affordable art that one can wear and enjoy on a daily basis is important to her.
http://www.susansamitz.com/

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Polymeri Online 11.5.06


ClayCave - Adria Filion

Adria tell us that all her life she was into art, she tried every material available and finally she met the polymer clay and started working as an artist, stopped looking for a "normal job".

she is using all kind of polymer clay and working with the material for 2 years now.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Polymeri Online 10.5.06


A new Tutorial i found is Heather Powers Shell Cane.



Heather is a jewelry artist, creating art beads collected by bead enthusiasts all over the world. Her work has been featured on television, in magazines and books. Her mixed media jewelry designs are sold locally at art galleries and markets. Heather graduated from art school with a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from Kendall College of Art & Design. She lives in San Antonio.

Tuesday, May 9, 2006

Polymeri Online 9.5.06


Deborah Anderson - A Thousand Canes

Deborah is working along with her daughter. Desiree McCrorey and herself were the founding members for the South Bay Polymer Clay Guild in San Jose, California.

she teaches, write articles and sell her creations in fairs and galleries.

Sunday, May 7, 2006

Polymeri Online 7.5.06


Ronna Sarvas Weltman

She uses sterling and fine silver, high quality semi-precious stones, precious metal clay, polymer clay, glass beads, bone, leather and found objects to craft one-of-a-kind artisan jewelry.


something interesting she said in her "about" page -

A friend once asked me … … if it's difficult to give up the pieces I've made. In fact, it's quite the opposite. What is most meaningful to me about making jewelry is sharing it with others, seeing them enjoying wearing it, hearing about the reaction they get when they give it as a gift. Nothing gives me more pleasure than knowing others are enjoying my jewelry.

Thursday, May 4, 2006

Polymeri Online 4.5.06


No need for words, just look at Tonja Lenderman site -


Monday, May 1, 2006

Polymeri Online 1.5.06


The Tilov Family feature a new site - Grandpa`s Creation by Boris Tilov - which show a gallery full of funny creatures, made of PC, and height range from 1 to 25 cm.

take a look at the chess sets and links.

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