Thursday, January 31, 2008

Polymeri Online 31.1.08


Garie Sim just opened a new blog, he is currently teaching kids from 4 plus to 16 years old. According to him the only way to encourage kids to try out the clay, is to starts teaching them in making some basic things relating to their interest. Show them the various possiblities in using the clay plus their ideas.
http://gariesim.blogspot.com/

Chris Pellow is a self-taught artist, still learning as he goes along, with a love for mainly acrylics, clay, paper clay, leather and cork.
http://www.chrispellow.com/
Take a look at his first attempt at Arabesque Caning -
http://www.chrispellow.com/canes.html

Jessica and Susan Partain (sisters!), they hand-sculpt all of their charms from polymer clay.
http://www.inediblejewelry.com/about.html

toothfairyminiature / Rachel (see photo)
Rachel is a miniature lover and a self-learning miniature artisan. She collects and make her own dollhouse miniature and also enjoy trying and practicing new techniques and materials.She started collecting 1:12th scale miniature in 2002, since 2004 she makes her own dollhouse size miniatures using air dry Polymer Clay. She specialized in miniature cake, tarts, pies, cookie and some flowers.
http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5372559
http://www.flickr.com/photos/toothfairyminiature/
http://miniaturesbyrachel.blogspot.com/

Want to see some dogs? Bakari Dobermans!Dogs and Art! great combination! Their dog pendant heads are handsculpted using polymer clay.
http://bakaridobes.westhost.com/
http://bakaridobes.westhost.com/statues.htm

Yen (Elenora) from Rome, Italy with lot's of cute food miniatures
http://www.flickr.com/photos/yenhmstore/
http://www.yenn.etsy.com/

Linda Hess from polymercreations4u features a variety of creations made of polymer clay
http://www.polymercreations4u.com/