Locally grown polymer

Philadelphia’s Veruschka Stevens proudly buys local produce. This polymer commission was for something inspired by the beauty of living food and her farmers’ market became her inspiration. Avocados (“palta” in Quechuan) are featured prominently.

See her earlier polymer gardens on PCD here and here.

Miniatures aren’t just for doll houses, you know?

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  • reply Kelly @ Wave of Life Surf Studio ,

    I love the little scallion hanging on the bottom! What a positive representation of Philly!

    • reply Veruschka Stevens ,

      Dear Cynthia – Once again you’ve made my day! Thanks so much for sharing this piece. The last few months have been life changing for me for personal reasons, and making this necklace was extremely invigorating. Thanks again!
      Kelly – So glad you enjoyed it too. Philly has so many gifts!

      • reply Sandra D. ,

        Love her necklace it is full of color her baskets are amazing.

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