Art Jewelry, Steve Ford and David Forlano, Artists, Mother and Child 3, 2001, polymer clay, sterling silver, glass, 3 7/8 x 3 1/8 x 1/2", Robert Diamante, photo

Ford + Forlano Mother and Child 2001 polymer clay, sterling silver, glass

"The Broken Internet Project" the Dan Cormier Pin that Started it All | From the Polymer Arts Blog

Dan Cormier has been unveiling the 27 pins entered in the Broken Internet Project that he presented at EuroSynergy. The pin at the right by Dan is what got the ball rolling. Each participant reintrepreted his design as it mutated from artist to [.

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How to Create Stunning Polymer Canes with Sarah Shriver - to advertize a Craftcast class.

Tinted Epoxy For Trunk Show by julie_picarello, via Flickr    --I've noticed that I am really doing a lot of tinted epoxy accents - I'll be forever grateful to Robert Dancik for that eye-opener!

Tinted Epoxy For Trunk Show (julie_picarello) Tags: house yellow metal beads wire julie jewelry epoxy resin tinted imprint polymer mokume picarello

Sarah Shriver has always been the one to beat in kaleidoscope canes. Her finishing is wonderful.

Sarah Shriver has always been the one to beat in kaleidoscope canes. Her finishing is wonderful.

by Jeffery Lloyd Devers, "Convergence".

Other Jewelry - Jeffrey Lloyd Dever

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