ACC polymer artists

Last week during Synergy I flew past the 700 booths in the Baltimore American Craft Council show with no time to photograph polymer clay work from more familiar artists like Louise Fischer Cozzi, Kathleen Dustin, Mary Filapek, Ford/Forlano, Karyn Kozak, Sue Fleischer, Karin Noyes.

It’s difficult to attend a conference, report and shop at the same time. I tried to stop only at artists you might not otherwise see.

Virginia’s Wiwat Kamolpornwijit and Wisconsin’s Susan Dyer allowed me to photograph a sampling of their work. You may not be familiar with them and Susan has no web site. Ponsawan Sila is a friend of Wiwat’s and assisted him in his booth.

There’s more coverage of the Synergy conference over at the fun blog, Art and Tea.

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  • reply Jenn ,

    I bought a very simple pair of earrings from Wiwat. His work was fun and funky, especially the dimensional pieces, and he was as pleasant as can be. What a find!

    • reply Karen ,

      Thank you so much for the mention, Cynthia! And thank you for your wonderful blog and inspiration daily!
      -Karen

      • reply Julie Picarello ,

        We stumbled upon Wiwat’s booth during a frenzied break from Synergy, and spent an enjoyable few minutes admiring his work. I had no choice but to purchase a pair of earrings ~ their simplicity and charm were impossible to walk away from.

        Wiwat himself was as charming as his work, and I wish him all the best!

        • reply Jenn ,

          • reply Iris Mishly ,

            how did i missed Wiwat? 🙁
            Amazing work :-O

            • reply Back-to-school Heaser, Dyer, Skinner, Dustin at Polymer Clay Daily ,

              […] while I was looking at Eugena Topina’s site. Previously we caught Susan’s work only at ACC shows. Now Susan’s on Etsy and has her own site as […]

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