Vermont's Barbara Lang's polymer pieces with found objects have a fascinating nostalgic quality. She uses polymer clay to form rustic findings that capture objects of all shapes. Note how an old key embedded in polymer becomes a finding in the pendant at the right.

Her fondness for faux stone techniques, stamping and photography combined with her flea market finds fill her pieces with secrets and mystery.

And be sure to check out Barbara's studio in the Vermont woods. It looks perfect.

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  • reply Louise ,

    I had not seen her site yet but iIknow that artist since we belong to the same guild. I think she is too modest, thnak you for mentionning her so more know about her.

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