Polymer clay new works at CraftBoston

Noyes red bowl

Karin Noyes has a few new images on the CraftBoston site and her bio on her own site is a good read (the quickest, quirkiest life story I’ve read in a while). Like her life, her bowls show that what starts out simply can be combined and repeated to create a fascinating and complex work.

Louise Fisher Cozzi also shows some of her newest pieces on the CraftBoston site. The holiday show will be held this weekend.

I’m a bit jet lagged and gabbing with the girls.

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  • reply Julie Anstaett ,

    I adore her use of color and pattern combinations!

    • reply Evelien ,

      What a shame the links are no longer working. Beautiful work!

      • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

        Thanks for the heads up. Karen is redoing her site so I updated the link.

        ct

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