Sanders’ integrative approach to polymer

Lately Washington’s Pam Sanders has been creating wall art frames that shelter companion polymer clay pieces inspired by ancient cultures and nature. Beads and clay also find their way into her paintings and collages.

Her “Old Man” and “I Am the Moon” pieces shown here illustrate her integrative approach.

Pam’s work is on the new “Crafthaus” site for artists as well as on Etsy.

Note: Sharon Sahl’s polymer clay gingerbread house was featured on a weekend Apartment Therapy post!

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  • reply Deborah Francis ,

    Pam has the most wonderful sense of color. This new extension of her work is exciting to see.

    • reply Pam ,

      WOW…..thanks for featuring me again……it is so awesome.

      • reply Eileen Schneegas ,

        You go girl! I am glad to see others appreciating your work & this new direction is fab!

        • reply Pam Rocks!!! « Remnants Of Olde ,

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