Weekend treasury from Synergy

Alex Pier's extruded polymer pendant
Carol Blackburn's polymer mobius strips
Kay Dever models a Jeff Dever assemblage
Laura Tabakman's stacked disks
Melanie West's brooch/creature
Jeanette Kandray shows no fear with her diva bangle
Updated mokume from Barbara McGuire
David Vanover wears a beret and a Belcher pin
Judy Belcher's dimensional pin/sculpture

The last night festivities at Synergy and the trip home left me both exhilarated and exhausted. Here’s a treasury of snapshots to delight you while I sort through my pictures and wash some laundry. More debriefing tomorrow.

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  • reply Pascale -Tana'Calou - ,

    Thank you Cynthia !
    Have a good day to recover…We wait for your good and interesting pics ! But we have time ! ;-)))

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      • reply Anita Brandon ,

        Thanks for the additional eye candy! Look forward to your sharing of your “debriefing” . Hope you are able to rest up a bit now.

        • reply Tory Hughes ,

          Good to see the overview and the common new direction developing, Cynthia. I look forward to hearing and seeing more. Interesting to see a new esthetic wave of ‘modern organic’ washing over the community. I am curious to hear peoples’ interpretation of what is prompting each artist to bring these kinds of forms into being. Great work, everyone!

          • reply Jeannie ,

            These are wonderful. Thanks. Get some rest.

            • reply LaLa ,

              Whoa! What an amazing assortment of polymer art. I am fascinated with the organic forms and the variety of color cobinations. Did you get pictures of items other than jewelry?

              • reply Janice Sears ,

                Wow! I am sure we all really wish even more that we could have seen all of these fantastic creations in person. Thanks for all the superb photos.

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