Betsy Baker's window pendants

With her “Windows” series, Betsy Baker gives us a stunning view of a growing trend in polymer (via DailyArtMuse.com).

Arden Bodol's polymer fobs

The window metaphor is a powerful one. It suggests something not entirely visible and a bit beyond our grasp. Arden Bardol features them in her “Connections” series shown at the right.

Lori Wilkes polymer metaphors

Lori Wilkes gives the design a more literal interpretation with her “Metaphor Doors” and window pendants. “They are glassed-in spaces through which we see everyday life. They also serve as portals to the world within,” says Lori.

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  • reply Emily Miller ,

    Love these pieces! Such inspiring designs. Thanks for sharing.

    • reply Maureen Thomas ,

      All lovely! I have always been particularly drawn to Betsy’s work, which is elegant and funky and organic all at the same time. Beautiful!!!

      • reply claire maunsell ,

        Betsy Baker’s work evolves continually, and each evolution amazes!

        • reply AbracadabrA ,

          LOVE LOVE LOVE the Betsy Baker’s windows… They are just perfect !

          • reply MilaMa ,

            Wonderful! Windows indeed are great inspiration. It is so interesting to see how different artists see it differently. Some time ago, I had my own “window moment” and created a pendant and earrings “Through the window I see life” (can see it on Flickr or on my site). There are so many options with windows….
            Thanks for showing these!

            • reply Gera Scott Chandler ,

              Fantastic pieces and really terrific websites too!

              • reply iHanna ,

                I just want to start creating when I visit your blog, so much yummy images and projects. Love the bird with a human head. Cool stuff!

                • reply Spotlight on Creativity: Weekend Etsy Series | CasterComm ,

                  [...] designs. Betsy’s work has been featured on numerous blogs including Crafthaus, Daily Art Muse and Polymer Clay Daily. When she was featured on TryHandmade.com last year she said “My work is inspired by nature, [...]

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