Blanchard’s Illustrations

Oregon’s Jennica Elizabeth Blanchard creates pen and ink illustrations on polymer plates in her Etsy shop. While she calls them polymer plates, I’m guessing that she’s making her base pendants from liquid polymer (correct me if I’m wrong).

CraftSynergy has an interview with the artist in which she describes her work as “delicate, detailed, visceral.”

Perhaps it’s the fragility of these pieces that appeals to me in my fragile condition. I’m on the mend.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    Wow – terrific work! Jennica’s drawings inspire me to get my Rapidiograph pens back out. Her Monotypes on the Bite Studio site (http://www.bitestudio.org/) are well worth a look-see. Stunning! Too bad she’s not selling anything on Etsy right now. 🙁

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