If you like the art of Salvador Dali, check out the work of Israeli polymer clay artist Reuven Eliazar. At the same time, his coiling technique brings quilling to mind.

Be ready for odd combinations and jarring juxtapositions. He takes a surreal approach to the clay. His plants and butterflies reflect another world. Sometimes it’s good not to be too comfortable.

If you’re a more pragmatic sort, hop on over to Lindly Haunani’s blog. She’s working through a list of her top 100 polymer clay tips. It’s invaluable information. And there’s still time to submit photos to her next book!

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  • reply Kim Cavender ,

    Thanks for sharing Reuven’s work, Cynthia. It’s like “controlled chaos” and very appealing to me.

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