Davis’ studio tour

Vermont’s Marie Davis takes viewers on a walk through her studio for a Friday treat. Many of her works are large wall pieces created from canes. She’s been working in polymer since 1987 and you can tell that she still delights in the medium.

I’ve taken the liberty of editing one of her studio tours to make it manageable for PCDaily. My edited version is show here at the top of the right column. Visit her YouTube site for the full treatment.

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  • reply Eva ,

    Oh!
    where did you ad it? i cannot find it!!!
    kind regards
    ;-))

    • reply Eva ,

      Yessssssss!
      thank you Cynthia!

      • reply Denise Graham ,

        Fantastic posting, painting with polymer is my thing. Marie’s studio tour is great.
        Thanks for sharing.

        • reply Lisa Mackin ,

          So inspiring! What a beautiful studio and demeanor. Thanks for introducing us to Marie Davis.

          • reply Cindy Walcott ,

            Marie’s work is absolutely stunning. I have had the pleasure of seeing it in person many times here in Vermont. I am in absolute awe of the detail of her canes and the quality of her finished work.

            • reply LaLa ,

              That was awesome. Her stunning, large scale, micro/macro work is amazing!

              • reply Becky Acosta ,

                Wow! Those big pieces are beautiful. So much detail!

                • reply Mags Bonham ,

                  Marie is one of the best kept secrets in the polymer clay world. Her work was one of the inspirations for me getting involved in polymer myself. Her work is so incredibly detail and she doesn’t start her canes out huge and then reduce them. Her initial canes are actually created on a much smaller scale then most of us are used to.
                  I am so happy that you have taken the initiative to introduce her wonderful work to our fabulous community!

                  • reply Iris Mishly ,

                    oh my! this is wonderful! What a pleasure to sneakpeek into her studio 🙂 thank you Cynthia!

                    • reply Norma ,

                      Amazing! What an artist! Her studio is like a museum. Thanks for showing us.

                      • reply Lily's Treasures ,

                        That’s one wonderful artist. I’ve just spent time looking through her website and her work is amazing. Thanks for letting me discover her talent ;D

                        • reply Meisha ,

                          A nice Treat…Indeed! Thank you for introducing me to Marie’s work. I had never seen her work before now. The wall pieces are very intriguing and nicely executed.

                          • reply JeannieK ,

                            I would love to spend the day with her in the studio and dream with her on the day bed. She is a work of art herself. She is amazing and so is her work.

                            • reply Alice Stroppel ,

                              Absolutely stunning work, thanks for sharing.

                              • reply Kristy Kelly ,

                                What a disappointment, there’s nothing there.

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