An invitation to an open house featuring Tory Hughes’ polymer clay work has played havoc with my vacation budget. But I’ll go home richly adorned in fine ancient faux jewels from one of polymer clay’s earliest and most innovative artists.
I leafed through her copy of an Ornament magazine from 1989 that featured Tory’s work on its cover. It was a dazzling way to finish our Santa Fe adventure.
Tory has renewed enthusiasm with new designs and ideas and is looking to ramp up her teaching schedule. While her web presence is scant, you can see her work in many books including her own Chameleon Clay book.