Traveling Companion

Enjoy a bit of Hawaii and Japan today by traveling with Donna Kato. She’s back from her teaching stint (two weeks in Japan and ten days in Hawaii) with some lovely pictures.

The polymer clay creations of Hawaiian artist Lani Chun, one of Donna’s hosts, perfectly mirror the vibrant colors and lush vegetation of Hawaii. Her one-of-a-kind leis and miniature bouquets show terrific attention to detail as well as great color and craftsmanship.

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  • reply Scott Mizevitz ,

    Beautiful florals and what a great trip(s), wish I could fit in Donna’s luggage!

    • reply Mariane S. ,

      What so lovely necklesses from Hawaï !! Many thanks to Dona Kato who inspire again many polymer clay artists … A Special thanks on my blog too. I’m a “polymer clay addict” gracious to the discover of her work … May be french people will be lucky the day when Donna will be in France …

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