Baker’s Yucatan polymer colors

The blinding white snow outside makes me search for warmer polymer clay colors on my computer. Betsey Baker’s work on her new 1000markets site hits the spot.

On her blog (Stonehouse Studio) Betsy talks a bit about her online experience and why she’s trying various venues.

She says her new “Maya” series was inspired by the vivid colors of the Yucatan – the azure blues of the ocean, the yellow/greens of the lush vegetation, the desaturated reds and oranges of old hacienda walls and the texture of Mayan artifacts – and that’s just what I need today.

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  • reply Nadja ,

    Congratulations Betsy to your new Maya series! I love those vibrant colors!
    Hugs
    Nadja

    • reply jana roberts benzon ,

      I love Betsy’s work! Beautiful and simple, yet so finely crafted…

      • reply suzy peabody ,

        this stuff looks awesome, love the new colors!

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