Chandler and MacLeod over and under construction

This polymer and paper bracelet, a Synergy2 exhibit entry by Sharon MacLeod, has intrigued me for days as I put the show catalog together. Her over/under construction is clever and full of possibility.

Then I came across a new bangle by Gera Scott Chandler. More over/under and inside/outside treatments in fabulous colors. I must back away from the computer and head for the studio to try a few new things.

The catalog (here’s the updated entry list) is nearly done and looks delicious. The Synergy conference will make your head spin with ideas. There are still some open classes (here, here and here). Check it out and sign up.

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  • reply Liz Hall ,

    I love both of those bracelets, the colors the over under, everything. I’m going to go to the exhibit this year and am so excited to see all the work.

    • reply Melanie West ,

      Oooolala! You’re right, Cynthia (as usual)…. those colors are delicious! Makes me want to run down to my studio and play. Brava Sharon and Gera, keep up the great work!

      • reply Jeannie ,

        I wish I was going to the conference. These bracelets are srumptous!

        • reply Dede Leupold ,

          All the color combinations are superbly done and the construction is amazing!
          Wish I was going to!

          • reply Gera Scott Chandler ,

            Thanks so much for the shout out Cynthia… I was fascinated by Sharon’s delectable bracelet in the Synergy Gallery- I’m wowed to have my fusion bangle is such good company!

            Cheers!
            gera

            • reply Pamela Hall ,

              I bought one of Sharon’s tube/paper/polymer bracelets about a year ago. Her bracelets intrigued me. Her attention is detail is wonderful and the construction is flawless! I still haven’t figured out how she attaches the paper to the tube.

              • reply Sharon MacLeod ,

                Cynthia, thanks once again for featuring my work – I am honored! And I really appreciate all the encouraging comments -thank you so much.

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