The lineup at this November’s Clay Carnival in Las Vegas includes several teachers from Europe including two whose works are shown here – Daniel Torres from Spain and Sylvie Peraud from France.

It’s hard to comprehend that Dani’s Radiolarian super hollow bangles are made from polymer and not by some whiz-bang laser cutting process. It would be a rare treat to take his class and find out how these wonders are made.

Sylvie Peraud will reveal how she combines extrusion and cutters to assemble this striking pendant and other rings and earrings in her new line.

There are a few spots left at the event. Catch up with their latest news on Facebook.

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  • reply Sofia ,

    wooow incredible work!

    • reply Triche Osborne ,

      Radiolaria—who could resist? I’ve been fascinated by their forms for years. His interpretations of them in clay are masterful!

      • reply Sera ,

        Whoa! I’d love to know the structural integrity of that middle one! Don’t they look amazing 🙂

        • reply Dani ,

          Dear Cynthia, thank you so much!! This is just incredible. I feel so deeply honored. Reading you is a must and a pleasure for every clayer in the world – but being posted at PCD… that is much more than a dream.
          Thank you so so much for inspiring us all every day. Yours is an incredibly hard and valuable work.
          With all my appreciation and admiration,
          Daniel

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