Photos and spring colors

I’m reading up on how to photograph my polymer clay work and I realize how compelling the model photos are (see Perishables and Oksoon).

This picture of Eugena Topina wearing her creations is my latest find and a good example of how using a model can show off your work.

As the days get longer and the promise of spring begins, I find myself drawn to colors like these tiles from Israel’s Esterke. I assumed they were small until I saw them hanging on her wall.

Speaking of color, the pendant above from Cecilia Mabcrea (she’s French living in China) blends nicely with my site. I had to use it here.

And just for good measure, enjoy the eye-popping color of this bracelet from Spain’s Natalia García de Leániz (Tatana).

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  • reply Jennifer Sklener ,

    I love the way your blog is international. I love looking at other artist’s work around the world.

    Thank you for the awesome work you do.


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