Wire and polymer clay

Wire and polymer clay don’t often mix well. But France’s Celine (aka gris bleu) does a masterful job of it. (Please write if you know her last name.)

The wire is well integrated into the pieces in surprising and delightful ways that combine nicely with her strong colors. Her interview on the Parole de Pate blog translates fairly well and may give you a fresh perspective to start your week.

Note: I’m moving the furniture around on PolymerClayDaily and widening the page to three columns. The arrangement isn’t perfect yet so don’t be surprised if you feel a little disoriented as I tweak the type and smooth the rough edges. Pardon my dust. Let me know if I mess up something on your screen in the process.

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  • reply Christy Dickerson ,

    That gets the juices flowing on Monday morning!!!

    Makes me wish I read French!

    • reply Lunes ,

      Another great French artist and I do like the combination of wire & clay although I wouldn’t quite know where to start! I have had a read through of the site and she doesn’t seem to have a surname….

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