Greenberg’s new craters

Donna Greenberg has been a textile and ceramic artist and muralist for years. Seven months ago she was introduced to polymer clay and she hasn’t looked back. I particularly like the way her drawings and illustrations spill over into her polymer jewelry work.

These bangles are part of her Craters, Meteorites and Moons series. If you check her Facebook fan page you’ll see her latest springy thingy craze. The enthusiasm and energy of a newcomer is just what we need for Monday.

Donna sent me the link to her new site…hint, hint.

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  • reply Sarah ,

    Oooohhh!!!! I LOVE it!!!! Very cool!!!!!

    • reply Lily's Treasures ,

      This is a really great great work. So lovely-looking. Well-done

      • reply Iris Mishly ,

        it’s wonderful! looks like milky glass!

        • reply Jenny Lens ,

          Donna’s work is that of a talented visionary, not bound by traditional usage of polymer clays. Contemporary, classic and timeless. Great gifts for the holiday season, birthday, and especially, no reason other than we know a great piece of jewelry does wonders for our look and outlook!

          • reply Marlene Brady ,

            Big, bold, glasslike, cuffs, wraps, bangles and rings…wow! Seven months in….look out!

            • reply Bettina ,

              Wow … speechles. I love these bangles – great, innovative design!!!

              • reply Carol Shelton ,

                Donna Greenberg is so obviously an artist. She has taken polymer clay to a new level.

                • reply Debbie Goodrow ,

                  … blink…. blink…… Wow.

                  And I haven’t even delved into her website yet.

                  • reply Jeanniek ,

                    I love her drawings and illustrations. Her polymer clay work is fancinating.

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