Hello and Welcome to my Blog ~ I love art of all kinds. Two of my favorites are polymer clay and paper art. I have shops on Etsy that feature both of my passions. I also love writing my blog and finding artists that have a passion for their craft and feature them. I hope your day is filled with sunshine, laughter and loads of creativity.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Polymer Clay Faces in Jewelry

Sculpted Windows Jewelry

Kristie Lou is from Lancaster, PA and she says that she is a full time artist
 with a split personality. Her two passions include creating 
wire wrapped jewelry and polymer clay faces. She never knows what the day will 
bring;  She lets her hands guide the way. 

This bead is one of her signature Leaf Ladies set atop a wood bead. This lady is adorned with colorful clay leaves, twigs, and orbs. The leaves are impressions of real maple leaves from her yard. She uses vibrant yet earthy shades of clay, antiqued with burnt umber, and hand painted. The wood bead is bamboo, It was once part of a place mat, that she could not resist taking apart and giving it a new life! 

Tramps & Glams
 Milena and Miloš are from Krusevac, Serbia 
They have a shop on Etsy called "Tramps & Glams" which was a result of their 
creative collaboration back in 2008. 

Colorful polymer clay brooch with one big crackled bead.

dimensions 7 X 7.5 cm (2.8 X 3 in)

Molded Moonbeams
Vanessa Stevenson is from Ontario Canada and is a stay at home mom who likes to express herself creativity with polymer clay and other findings. Moon faces are her favorite because they are so serene and peaceful.

This butterfly fairy is made from a mixture of gold, purple, light blue and sparkly white polymer clay. She is accented it with dark blue, pink and gold acrylic paint and tiny gold glass beads. The wings have been triple sealed and cured. Her face is sealed with a completely matted finish. 


KatersAcres said...

I love polymer clay faces! Great post Sandy - thanks for showing off some talented artists!

Sandy's Creations in Clay said...

I love polymer clay faces too Katie. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.

Trina (Trina's Clay Creations) said...

Each of these is so unique and wonderful! Thank you for featuring these pieces and the amazing artists who created them!!!