Petrova’s summer polymer blooms

Russia’s Olga Petrova sent in these links to her polymer and DecoClay work and her flowers hit the spot for a lovely summer’s Tuesday.

DecoClay is an air dry polymer clay most popular beyond the US borders, particularly in Japan, Thailand and Russia.

Put down that cane, stop rolling that bead or sculpting that doll and take a look at these lovely bright blooms from Russia. Olga’s site translates nicely and gives you a look into the vibrant polymer community there.

If you have some time and want the full tour, click on some of her links to other clay sites.

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  • reply Melinda ,

    Those are incredible! So gorgeous. What a lovely way to start the day.

    • reply Maniguette ,

      Olga brought some of those flower in Nottingham last month and they are most beautifull. Great idea to put highlight on her work.

      • reply bOOlingas ,

        I saw Olga’s flowers in Nottingham and they are more than beautiful, with a lovely texture. She is a great artist!

        • reply callie ,

          how beautiful! i love the delicacy with the medium. beyond fantastic. i expect them to have fragrance too!

          • reply sahithi ,

            lovely flowers

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