PMC/polymer trends

I snapped this picture of Hollie Mion’s PMC pendants as she revealed polymer clay through holes in the designs and added additional seed beads. The effect was colorful and festive.

When I sneaked online (my vacation mates frown when I spend too long at the computer), I found that Cindy Silas has a new site up with many examples of how she is pushing the interaction of polymer and fine silver. Thanks to DailyArtMuse for the link.

I spotted Celie Fago’s sumptuous new PMC/polymer work on Etsy and David Vanover’s metal/polymer combinations there too. Shoot, I’d love to look for more but my computer time’s up. You’re on your own.

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  • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

    What wonderful and innovative uses for both materials!

    • reply Julie Anstaett ,

      I’ve never heard of David Vanover, but my, my, my what beautiful work he does! Love the colors he uses…and the jewelry is really cool, too!!!! I’ll be looking for more of his work!

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