Bead Dreams online

The Bead Dreams competition polymer clay entries are online for your Monday inspiration. This entry from California’s Kaaren Poole is perfect for harvest time with the bunny tucked in among the verdant veggies.

While there’s no polymer mentioned in Kaaren’s website, it’s obvious that she’s transferred her love of tole and decorative painting into polymer work quite effectively.

Congrats to all the Bead Dreams participants. And remember there are only a few days left (September 1) to enter your work in the NPCG Progress and Possibilities exhibition. Apply online here.

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  • reply Susan Turney ,

    Wow, wow, wow! Thank you so much for posting these! I was at the show for four hours and realized when I got home I hadn’t seen the PC display. What amazing work!

    • reply Mary Kaye ,

      Wow, wow, wow is right – that was some serious eye candy! I’m not sure if I should say thanks or start yelling because I now have about 50 new ideas in my head screaming “TRY ME NOW”.

      Whew!

      • reply barb fajardo ,

        Thank you so much for putting out the reminder to everyone Cynthia. The jurors this year are amazing artists themselves and it will be a great opportunity to have your work seen and talked about :o)

        Robert Lui of Ornament Magazine
        Sarah Shriver
        Victoria Hughes
        Richard and Jodi Creager
        Marlaine Verhelst
        Jill Heppenheimer of Santa Fe Weaving Gallery
        Cynthia Tinapple of Polymer Clay Daily :o)

        Please email me if you have questions or need help formatting your images, I’m staying right next to my computer this week!

        Thanks again Cynthia for all that you do for all of us!!

        Barb Fajardo
        Chair – NPCG PP’08
        npcgpp08(at)gmail.com

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