I’m still holding out hopes for spring though the weather forecast is for snow. Kaz’ new work looks like cherry blossoms and spring to me.

I should have asked her if the tubing is polymer as well. It intrigues me and I’m assuming it is made of clay…but I could be wrong.

Take a peek at what "Polymer Clay Art In Japan" has produced lately.

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  • reply Valerie Aharoni ,

    I love her goldfish! Looking closer at the cords, they appear to be silk to my eye.
    Dare we ask?
    Valerie

    • reply Karen (OopsArt!) ,

      It is definitely silk kimono fabric.

      I love her kimono beads! I have made several kimono beads (many years ago) and find them very similar, yet different in their own way.

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