SandrART’s Croatian summertime polymer playthings remind us what fun in the studio is all about. Forget serious and studied. Let your fingers do the walking and play.

Her bright colored fish on strings are simple and childlike. Her graduated band of layered polymer winds around to create an aerodynamic sealife pendant.

SandrART’s site is full of experiments that show a joyful approach to clay that we sometimes forget. Go fish!

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    The blue fish reminds me of paper quilling. I love all the bright colors in the fish necklace.

    • reply Sandra Plavsic ,

      I am soooo happy my fishes are feautured here:)
      Thank you soooooo much, you made my week!

      • reply Sandra ,

        I absolutely adore her style and use of texture! The colour combinations are delightful. Really, really inspiring to me. The cakes look amazing too đŸ˜€

        • reply Lone ,

          I love this fish necklace – and especially the blue extruder one. But what does simple and childlike mean? Compaired to what? I think every expression should stand for itself. That´s what makes us unique and different in what we do.

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