North Carolina’s Bobby Wells incorporates themes based on her own spiritual and meditative practices into her polymer clay altar pieces and jewelry.

She mixes gold leaf and semi precious stones into works that reflect the beauty of her Appalachian Mountain surroundings. The setting for her long studio career sounds idyllic and we can thank Nadja Fuenfsinn (from Switzerland) for sending us the link.

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  • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

    What a wonderful merge of spirit and art – thanks for sharing this link with us!

    • reply Michelle Davis Petelinz ,

      I’ve been a fan of Bobby’s work since I first saw her at the Carolina Craftsmen’s show a couple of years ago. Her work is exquisite.

      • reply Melanie West ,

        Bobby’s landscapes are delightful… terrific work! The photos make me want to get closer. I wish I could see all the detail – what a tease!

        • reply cloud777 ,

          Very beautiful ear rings! The unusual form! Excellent work!

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