Polymer and Pearls

San Francisco's Susan Kinzig says, "Everything we see can be abstracted to a shape, a line, or a dot. I find myself forever intrigued by the endless combination of these elements and their relationship to one another."

She adorns her metal jewelry with a wide range of materials including pearls, stones and polymer, regarding each piece as a small kinetic sculpture.

I found Susan's site as I was browsing through older ACC sites. The artists in this August's ACC San Francisco show are now viewable…always a pleasant diversion and a rich source of inspiration. Have a lovely weekend.

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  • reply SL Savarick ,

    The ACC San Francisco show in August looks like it is going to be a great one for Polymer! Pier & Penina are also on the list and they are new exhibitors! I’m so happy to see new Polymer Artist accepted at these high end shows!

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