Earth Day is this Sunday. It’s a good time to look at young sculptor, Jessica Swanson, who uses polymer clay with sytrofoam and flocking to create her "Goats on the Summit of Mt. Debris" piece in zero degrees art online gallery based in Los Angeles, CA.

Jessica says of her work, "In the name of convenience, our culture often avoids considering that our own survival as human animals depends on the survival of the entire network of our earth and its life forms."

"Our habits suggest our reluctance to change. I believe our values and actions will shift through a deeper look at our views of the wild."

Thanks to Susan Rose for unearthing this thought-provoking link.

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  • reply Heidi ,

    Hi, I was wondering, where can you find Polymer-clay?

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