Miller mixes silk fusion and polymer

Tracy Miller

Colorado’s Tracy Miller mixes polymer clay with her bright southwest fiber art. Using silk fusion as a base, she paints, stitches, beads and sculpts the surface to create wall art. The medium has dramatic possiblities and Tracy achieves lustrous results.

This medium, also known as silk paper, looks like a promising new companion for polymer clay. Tracy demonstrated her technique on this HGTV tutorial.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    Brava Tracy!! Beautiful work! Luscious colors and textures… I only wish I could see bigger photos. 🙁

    I have to agree with you, Cynthia, silk fusion looks like a terrific mix with polymer. Oh, the possibilities! 🙂

    • reply tejae ,

      Cynthia, Tracy is always experimenting and finding ways to incorporate her polymer clay into things. From veggie leather wall hangings to huge acrylic paintings that incorporate polymer clay pieces. She’s one talented lady, wonderful artist and great friend. She has a studio space to die for. Organized, spacious and so inspiring. I try to convince her to get a blog, but she’d rather be creating. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

      • reply Anne Morris ,

        I couldn’t agree more. Tracy is a wonderful artist and friend, and I am just grateful to know her. Keep it up Tracy. You’re goin places, girl!

        • reply tracy miller ,

          Thanks you guys! For all of you who live in the Pikes Peak region, stop by and see my show at the Commonwheel Gallery in Manitou Springs that opens on October 3rd. I’ll have lots of pieces like these on display!
          I hope this inspires you to really experiment with mixed media!

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