Bead Dreams winner, Pennsylvania’s Marlee Page, carved her winning entry, Ikebana 2, from a faux bone mixture of polymer clay formed over a wood and wire armature. This functional hair ornament can be displayed in the stand when it’s not being worn.

We spotted a similar dual functionality of jewelry/sculpture last week in the Ford/Forlano exhibit.

PMC/polymer artist Robert Dancik markets his own version of Fauxbone®. His gallery of Faux Bone pieces and Marlee’s winning entry may move you in a new direction this week.

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  • reply christi Friesen ,

    I saw this one in person at the B&B show and it is really lovely – very Art Nouveau!
    cf

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