Harris’ polymer for life enrichment

Christine Harris is an art therapist whose polymer clay tableaux are dense with myth, meaning and introspection. She’s created a site where she hopes to talk about using polymer for life enrichment. You can join that conversation here.

Christine’s images suit me just fine after a family wedding weekend that stirs up old memories while new ones are being created. I’m winging my way home from the west coast today.

I also direct you to Susan (Da Muse) Lomuto’s site today where she may delve into my myth and meaning on her High5 series of posts.

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  • reply Liz Hall ,

    I can’t wait to show this to my husband he does figure sculpture and reliefs – I’ve been trying to talk him in to trying polymer clay and having some fun. Christine’s wonderful work might help do the trick!

    • reply Denise ,

      Beautiful Art!

      • reply Alenka Vuletic ,

        Amazing,creative, wonderful!

        • reply Suzen Phoenix ,

          Exquisite work! I would call it Art Nouveau Steampunk.

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