Jack Weidler sculpts amazingly detailed wildlife and fantasy creations hair by hair, feather by feather from polymer clay. He's an Arizona artist with physical challenges who loves his work. This kind of detail is beyond my comprehension. Be sure to thumb through his portfolio and enlarge to appreciate the detail.

Thanks to Susan Rose for the link.

It's time for me to stand on my soapbox and encourage all our readers to join the National Polymer Clay Guild. There's a new energy and vitality in the guild and you'll want to be part of it. Online voting for new officers is going on now. Join, volunteer, help further your art and craft.

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  • reply Julie ,

    This level of talent is mind boggling…genius!
    Thanks for the wonderful link!
    Julie

    • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

      Thanks for promoting the NPCG, Cynthia! The board has a lot of great things planned…including a new website, membership appreciation programs and a fantastic conference in 2008!

      • reply Tom Weidler ,

        Jack Is my big brother. He is not only an amazing artist. He is also an accomplished musician, great father, dedicated husband, and my friend!

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