Toops and one more Niche

This hinged bangle bracelet is a collaboration between polymer artist Cynthia Toops and jeweler Chuck Domitrovich. The photo shows the bracelet open and lying flat. See more views here. Cynthia’s site features some new works that may rock your Monday world.

The closeups of Cynthia’s polymer micromosaic and Chuck’s description of the intense process makes you appreciate the work’s beauty even more. The piece will appear in an upcoming museum show.

One more Niche

This polymer clock from Ann Kruglak was omitted from our coverage of 2011 Niche awards. It’s a finalist in the Home Furnishings/Clocks category. Thanks to the eagle eye of Marcia Morton for the catch.

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  • reply ilenia ,

    it’s very nice and new!

    • reply doreen kassel ,

      Her work always takes my breath away.

      • reply JeannieK ,

        Love the pictures of the dog on his Flickr page. That bracelet does rock my Monday.

        • reply Sherry Bailey ,

          Cynthia Toops is one of my all-time favorites. I always wonder if people really grasp the hair-thin bits of polymer clay she creates for making her mosaics. I can’t even imagine the amount of time each piece represents.

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