López del Prado does diva

Polymer clay is at its best when it’s transformed into diva jewelery and here’s some big, confident glamor for your Thursday from Barcelona. Elvira López del Prado gives a new twist to wire wrapping (easiest to see on her Flickr site).

Elvira graduated in Fine Arts with a major in sculpture which is reflected in her approach to polymer. She combines wire, felt, resin, paper, and textiles into her pieces.

Elvira is active in the Spanish PC Guild (Arcilla Polimérica de España) and the link comes from fellow guild member Marivi Ricart Engel.

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  • reply Pamela ,

    Wow, that is really striking! Fantastic!

    • reply Loretta ,

      love it!

      • reply Alenka Vuletic ,

        Very artistic and glamourous!

        • reply Kate ,

          Amazing. Inspiring. Visionary. Makes my fingers itch to get off the computer and go wrap 🙂

          • reply victoria angelica ,

            QUE LINDO COLLAR ME ENCANTO ?????????

            • reply Susanne D. ,

              I really love her work, her skill to create such awesome combinations
              of clay and wire… Many of her great pieces are already collected
              here in our group:
              polymer clay & wire work

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