Navarro's polymer clay "Nurbs"

Madrid’s Chama Navarro gives us a break from colors and flowers with her new minimalist line of white, textured polymer clay.

Chama calls the collection her “Nurbs” and says she was inspired by the computer-generated mathematical models of the same name which are commonly used to represent freeform surfaces like aerospace exterior surfaces and car bodies.

Charma’s Nurbs look like organic forms trapped under a blanket begging to be touched. If you need color,  visit the Flickr photos of her 2010 work.

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  • reply Libby Mills ,

    I saw this bracelet on Voila earlier in the week (after you mentioned the site again), and I was “wowed” by it. It always impresses me when artists can make such striking designs out of plain white clay.

    • reply Chama Navarro ,

      What a surprise to see my work here! I’m flattered about that. : ))
      Thanks Cynthia for the post and thanks Libby for the very kind words.
      Hugs!
      Chama

      • reply Kathy Swenning ,

        Wow!
        Gorgeous!
        White is so tricky!
        Kudos to the artist for having such patience & talent!!!!

        • reply Jeannie ,

          Very Chic.

          • reply Janice Sears ,

            Very unique, elegant, and definitely “outside the box”! And besides, they make me smile! 🙂

            • reply bOOlingas ,

              Enhorabuena, Chama!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

              • reply DiAnne Evans ,

                Wonderful work Chama! Love your sense of color! You are so very talented : )

                • reply mod ,

                  I’m flattered too! very imaginative!

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