I’m still collecting great "simple" polymer art. Here’s Helen Breil’s brooch which combines good color, surprising texture and great shape. Simple and very effective.

Her site contains more examples.

Readers have prompted me to make some clarifications and upgrades. I’ll be modifying the navigation to make the new photo gallery more prominent (that’s new and I wasn’t sure it would work…but it does).

Pingree is a mystery to some viewers. It was my initial posting made at the request of the Rocky Mountain group and it’s password protected because they’re shy. I’ll move it to a less prominent spot but I have to thank them for launching me.

Howard, the Italian Pongo man, added a clarification. First, Pongo is plasticene and it doesn’t harden. Second, Howard is from New York! The site is a stitch…even if it isn’t polymer and he isn’t Italian.

Your comments and tips are very important to me. Thanks and keep ’em coming.

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  • reply Brenda ,

    I love art that emphasizes colour and shape. Helen’s work is fabulous.

    • reply Shanna ,

      I love the vivid and bright colors in her work. She is a great person with a great personality that is expressed in her art.

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