Ohio's Pat Bolgar does an impressive job of combining polymer clay and PMC.

Her metal components mirror and complement the design of her polymer beads giving her jewelry a thoroughly handmade, well-designed look. Take a look at these and other of her designs on her new web site.

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  • reply rubarb ,

    Pat creates some incredibly beautiful and inspiring work…

    Thanks for showing us Cynthia!

    • reply Deb ,

      I have goosebumps! I have never seen such a beautiful marriage of polymer and PMC. The colors, the textures… everything works together seamlessly. I’m bright green with envy.

      • reply Judy ,

        Wow! You have found another treasure. Thank you!

        • reply Jana Roberts Benzon ,

          Thanks Cynthia….Pat’s work is so beautiful! How I’d love to see her work in person..

          • reply Grace Stokes ,

            Nice work from an equally nice lady!!!

            • reply Kim O'neill ,

              I have seen Pat’s work in person and it is beautiful – but she does’nt CHARGE ENOUGH for it!

              • reply Kim O'neill ,

                I have seen Pats work in person and it is stunning, but she does’nt CHARGE ENOUGH for it!

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