Krohn’s hot colors

Several people told me to look at the polymer clay work of Denver’s Valerie Krohn (NovaFolia) and I’ve been lurking in the web weeds waiting for the right day to feature her bright, hot colors.

Valerie’s only been working in polymer for a year and a half and already she’s made her mark with a distinctive color palette and graphic style made more complex with mica shifts. If you don’t mind a little more summer heat, check out her Etsy site.

Thanks to Janice Abarbanel and Dede Leupold for pointing me in Valerie’s direction.

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  • reply ODDimagination ,

    I love her color combinations and style. Very fun!

    • reply Melanie West ,

      Brava Valerie!! Stunning color combos, and… are you sure it’s only been a year and a half?! Zounds! I can’t wait to see what else you come up with!

      Cynthia, you’ve out done yourself this week. Terrific posts all around… I’m just sorry I haven’t been very timely in telling you how much I’m enjoying them. Heh… better late than never, eh?

      • reply Dede Leupold ,

        I love your work Valerie,it just makes me smile all over!

        • reply Hollie Mion ,

          Wow, those are my kind of colors! Love it.

          • reply Nicole ,

            • reply Kellie Robinson ,

              One of the first things that attracted me to polymer clay was the vibrant colors, and while I don’t usually use vibrant colors in my own work, I really appreciate it when it is well done! It isn’t easy to use such colors in a harmonious way (probably why I don’t use them! lol) but Valerie has mastered it! FABULOUS!

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