Feichtinger blends in

Fleichtinger's polymer brooch in graduated colors

Austria’s Carina Feichtinger knows her way around a Skinner blend. With a few beautiful gradations in polymer and a some clay cutters, she layers simple shapes onto brooches and pendants. The subtle shadings and a few metal clay embellishments give the pieces extra dimension.

Fleichtinger's pendant in Skinner Blended polymer

As a bonus, you’ll see a photo of the Austrian and German guild gang on Carina’s Flickr site. They gathered for a Christine Dumont workshop recently.

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  • reply Victoria ,

    Works of Carina Fleichtinger are very beautiful. Excellent feeling of colour and shape!

    • reply Fleichtinger blends inPolymer Clay Resources | Polymer Clay Resources ,

      […] the rest here: Fleichtinger blends in This entry was posted in Polymer Clay Jewelry and tagged carina, carina-fleichtinger, […]

      • reply Beadelz ,

        Carina makes wonderful things, she has originally ideas. I love her work!
        (Just a little point of attention, her last name is Feichtinger not Fleichtinger).

        • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

          Fixed it. Thanks for the heads up. I need my editor back!

          ct

        • reply Jill Palumbo ,

          Carina’s work is indeed interesting and beautiful. Herzlichen Gl├╝ckwunsch, Carina.

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