Thursday, March 6, 2008

Polymeri Online 6.3.08


After publishing my nicely designed trol ;) i was contacted by several people asking where they can find the mold i used - here it is - Maureen Carlson homepage -
http://weefolk.com/molds_list.htm

A project for St. Patrick's Day - Pin Tutorial
http://www.simplyornaments.com/Page10.html

Are you interested in books about sculpturings? body? hands & legs? An online resource of artist's eBooks to
Support and Inspire Creativity
http://artist-how-to.com/polymerclay.html
and some goold free links to great sites -
http://artist-how-to.com/free.htm

Designs Diane by Diane Luftig, She took classes from all the great names: Pier Volkus, Kathleen Dustin, Donna Kato, Sarah Shriver, Tory Hughes, Maggie Maggio, Lindly Haunani, Jacqueline Lee, Cynthia Toops, Gwen Gibson, and Celie Fago. her personal style is still evolving, incorporating a little from each of these influences.
http://www.polymerdesignsbydiane.com/

Valerie Aharoni is a new dear friend, i met her in New-York and had a nice chat while i was waiting for my shuttle to take me to the airport. In the two years since her journey with polymer clays Valerie Aharoni has had the opportunity to learn from the pioneers in the medium and, even more gratifying, teach and share her own discoveries. (necklace photo by her)
http://www.vaharoni.com/

Lady Artisan works in mixed media, mainly polymer clay, her interests focus on two main themes: sculpting and ancient history. She like sculpting figures, characters she's made up, because it gives her the opportunity to explore who they are, what they’re like, and why they’re here.
http://www.theladyartisan.com/
http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5090925

Nina Originals from TX, United States is a mixed media artist, her focus is on polymer clay, beads, paper & canvas art. http://www.ninaoriginals.blogspot.com/