Karyn McCorcle from Missouri and Margaret Regan from Montana are two long time polymer clay artists. Getting a glimpse of these shy artists on the web has become harder and harder. Colorado’s Karen Sexton spotted their works recently on the web site of the Minneapolis Art Fair. Though you only see a bit of polymer clay work, the whole site is a pleasure.

I’ve composed a little page of McCorcle pieces I own just to give you a taste of Karyn’s cane work. She makes the most complex canes I’ve ever seen and is the only artist I know of who uses open space within the canes.

Thanks to Loretta Lam who relocated Margaret’s site for us.

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  • reply Loretta Lam ,

    Margaret Regan is one of my absolute favorite artists. I have been scanning the web for new images of her work. Her website has not been updated in a while, but here’s the address -www.mregan.com Maybe she’ll see today’s post and let us all know what’s happening!?!

    • reply Melanie West ,

      Bravo, Karyn McCorcle and Margaret Regan! Lovely work!! 😀

      BTW, If you go to item number 14 on the Minneapolis Art Fair web site you’ll see that Mary Filapek & Lou Ann Townsend have a piece there, too. I adore their work!

      • reply Miriam ,

        Does anyone know if Karyn has a website. i would love to purchase one of her pins.

        Thanks

        • reply Nancy Travers ,

          Wonderful work! Cynthia — are the pins you shared made from a cane?

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