Perrin’s Delightful Tutorial

The blog written by France’s proclaimed Queen of Clay, Sylvie Perrin, is perfect for Friday. I have no idea what the text on her blog says (and it’s too late to bother my French connection) but the pictures had me laughing and in awe of her technique. Sylvie has worked in polymer clay since she was a child and she’s still having a grand time.

Be sure to catch the fabulous tutorial that’s on her biography page (click the woman in red at the bottom of her home page)!

I hope the work in your studio is as effortless and productive as Sylvie demonstrates. If you need more, here’s her illustration portfolio.

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  • reply doreen kassel ,

    it’s wonderful! for english, click the english icon on the left.

    • reply Heather Robertson ,

      Thank you, Cynthia 😉
      I haven’t seen this artist’s work before – I like her style.

      Heather 🙂

      • reply Louise ,

        i am a big fan of hers. She has a very keen sense of “humour”.
        Her ads are always aresting and to the point!
        Thank you for showing her work.

        • reply Lunes ,

          Wow some refreshing amusing objects. I wonder who she models them on? Carla Bruni must be in there somewhere I’m sure!

          • reply Tracy Miller ,

            Wow, what a talented artist and graphic designer, when does she sleep?

            • reply Ample Sanity ,

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              • reply Tatieva ,

                Wouah, quelle surprise de voir QueenOfClay par ici !
                Et je découvres tout plein d’artistes que j’aime beaucoup !
                Une vraie richesse, ce blog.
                Kisses from France,
                Tatieva, painter

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