Nowak’s polymer bead clusters

Austria’s Izabela Nowak recently made clusters of thin polymer clay tube beads by attaching each one to a link of chain. The resulting pendant is suspended from a larger chain as you can see by clicking the image.

The mixture of bright colors and companion patterns makes a flowing, sumptuous necklace…like ripe, modern grapes. Simple and effective construction is always a winner in my book. See an earlier post about Izabela here.

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  • reply Susan ,

    “..like ripe, modern grapes.” Love this description Cynthia – perfect! Izabela’s bead clusters are lovely – and she’s another polymer clay artist who is using a model to showcase the work. Sweet!

    • reply Melanie West ,

      I love Izabela’s work! Her sense of fun and exploration is so inspirational!

      • reply Nowak’s polymer bead clusters | Polymer Info ,

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        • reply Dora ,

          I love Izabela’s work, her sense of color and design are fabulous !
          She is always coming up with something exciting and different .

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