Van Hemert’s ephemera

Lauren Van Hemert has added a new line of focal beads and pendants like this Eye Chart to her collection. Click on the catalog tab on her new site to flip through her collection. You’ll see her experiments with image transfers onto colored clay and a bit of caning.

Lauren is masterful at incorporating historic, romantic and nostalgic image transfers into her polymer clay pieces. She’s only recently started adding canes to her ephemera. Read more about her evolving process on her blog.

Thanks to Susan Lomuto (DailyArtMuse) for the link.

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  • reply Shirley Guenther ,

    What stunning work with an equally stunning website! Thanks for the link!

    • reply Lauren Van Hemert ,

      Thanks so much for the write-up. I am thrilled with the response. Lauren

      • reply Michelle ,

        Lauren’s work is exquisite. Those of us fortunate enough to live in Raleigh have seen it “up close and personal” at Artscape.

        • reply Heather Campbell ,

          Lauren.. your work is so unique and interesting! I love it!

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