The identity of France’s Cebeka is unclear but her style is distinctive. Her various constructions take great advantage of simple canes made of subtly graduated colors. She throws in a few stripes for variety and sometimes shapes slices into teardrops for elegant dangles. Cut, repeat, manipulate is the basis for many great designs.

Simple and effective polymer techniques are catching my eye since I’ll soon be teaching artists who need to produce appealing quality items in an efficient way. Cebeka’s approach is a good strategy. Her site is full of delightful examples.

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  • reply Cebeka ,

    Thanks a lot for this unexpected highlight on my work. I am very very proud!!

    • reply Clare Pramuk ,

      These are really beautiful pieces and its nice to see the inspiration included with them. I like that reds are so rich and velvety.

      • reply Angela LeBlanc ,

        Very nice looking, simple but ellegant.

        • reply cecile g ,

          Magnifique, beaucoup d’effet, et bravo pour cette mise à l’honneur !

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