Rings & Things Winners

Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg swept the table at the Rings & Things contest with her polymer clay “Three Tiger Lilies” necklace winning first place in the polymer clay category as well as the $1000 grand prize. Congrats to Lynne Ann!

It was heartening to see so many good entrants in this year’s contest including (some, I see now, are from prior years…thanks Kim):

Ann Inman’s Cedric and Bubba, Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg’s Good Things Come In Threes, Eugena Topina’s Wild Fire, Deborah Anderson’s Reversible Tile Bracelet, Sandra Cowan and Lori Bouchard’s Roses of One Garden, Ginnie Parrish’s Happy New Year Vessel, Judy Dunn’s Fall Floral Splash, Cheryl Moore’s Nile River Goddess, Christina Cassidy’s Trot On (pictured here), Judy Dunn’s Underwater Starfish Box. Thanks to Tommie Howell for the link.

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  • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

    Congrats to all the winners! It’s interesting to see the work submitted to the contest over the last few years.

    • reply Lunes ,

      Wow they are all winners in my eyes! I think my favourite though has to be the Underwater Starfish Box. Congratulations.

      • reply Barb Fajardo ,

        Beautiful polymer clay work and a great representation. Lynne Ann’s piece is stunning and deserving of the grand prize…

        • reply Kim Cavender ,

          Hey Cynthia, it looks like a lot of those photos were entries from past years. I still liked seeing them though! I think I saw 2 entries from Lynne, 1 from Eugena, and 1 from Ann for 2008. Only 4 entries from the whole PC community?! Next year, I say we bombard them with PC. That’s really a great prize that Rings and Things is offering! Congratulations to all the winners!

          • reply Judy Dunn ,

            Hi Cynthia,
            This year’s winners are beautiful. My pieces were from several years back as Kim noticed. It is a great contest, and a wonderful way for people to get their work noticed.

            • reply Kathryn Ottman ,

              Congrats to Lynne Ann , Eugenia and the other winners! Beautiful necklaces…can’t wait to see Lynne Ann in Sept. at the Fall Foliage Clay Fest. She’s heading to ABQ for some fun with our SW friends…enjoy all! You’re in for a treat!

              • reply Ann Miles ,

                Oh, Kim, there were many more entries, trust me. They just do not publish all of them, only the winners. Too bad there are no 2-nd and 3-d places in this contest.

                • reply Libby Mills ,

                  I’ve seen Lynne’s necklace in person and it is truly spectacular. Like everything she does it is impeccable in every detail. It’s one of the loveliest pieces of polymer clay jewelry I have ever seen. Congratulations on a well deserved win Lynne!

                  • reply Late for Schwarzenberg’s cane class at Polymer Clay Daily ,

                    […] Ann is teaching California and Milwaukee in May if you want to catch up with her. Here’s an earlier post about […]

                    • reply Schwarzenberg’s one cane, many leaves at Polymer Clay Daily ,

                      […] Ann is teaching California and Milwaukee in May if you want to catch up with her. Here’s an earlier post about her. She’s the only artist I know who has Skinner-blended her hair […]

                      • reply victoria angelica ,

                        VICTORIA ANGELICA, BELLISIMO ESE COLLAR……….

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