Corrie – What works

Sue Corrie’s latest polymer pieces with their edgy colors and layers of unexpected patterns are refreshing as they tweak our notions of what’s right.

Somehow, they work. Examining what works is a good way to start the week.

Sue lets her work speak for itself and doesn’t provide much information about herself on her Ghost Shift Flickr page. I think she’s part of the Euroclay gang.

Caroline Harvey sent the link along and Helen Cox mentioned Sue on her site too.

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    It’s nice having PCD to bring this art to light. Her jewelry is exceptional with all the layers of color. People should see this.

    • reply Alenka ,

      Thanks for the link! It was a real pleasure looking at her beautiful inspirational pieces of jewelery … Great artist!

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