Polymer wallflowers

If you thought polymer-covered switchplates were passe, look again at the work of the Anchorage artist at Bull’s Eye Studio.

She canes and carves and layers home decor items as if they were small canvases. We touch light switches every day so why not make them eye-catching?

Her sculptural wallflowers are captivating and she adds utensils and card cases to her line of functional pieces. Bull’s Eye came to Flickr in late December and you’ll want to keep watching her there and on Facebook.

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  • reply Iris Mishly ,

    Katie is wonderful!
    A talented artist and a super smiley friend! 🙂
    Although we met on CFCF and Synergy, it’s the first time I see her work – thank you Cynthia!

    • reply artybecca ,

      WOW! What a fantastic color sense she has! I love her style!

      • reply Marian Hertzog ,

        Love her work! Thanks for the eye candy today!

        • reply Emily Miller ,

          Great find Cynthia!

          • reply shirley guenther ,

            Love her work! It’s amazing that she has taken one simple motif (bullseye!) and expanded it into such wonderfully creative art. I looked thru her entire flickr pages and never once tired of looking at her art. And like artybecca said, she has a fantastic color sense! Thanks for putting her front and center on PCD.

            • reply Loretta ,

              fun, fun, fun! Just loved this trip through her world. I wonder how big are those Wall flowers?

              • reply Julie Picarello ,

                Dig those delicious wallflowers, Katie! And major points too for your creative display…that ladder setup is fabulous!

                • reply Pati Bannister ,

                  Brilliant! What fun and lovely stuff!

                  • reply Kit Lockwood ,

                    “Everything can be new under the sun, in art.”

                    • reply Katie’s Clay « The Big Think ,

                      […] Alaska, visiting the family, and getting to watch Katy make her really cool polymer clay art. Katy is the featured artist on polymerclaydaily today. Congrats, Katy! Now sell online! Comments […]

                      • reply Katie Way ,

                        Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! What a dream come true to wake up for my daily shot of inspiration from Polymer Clay Daily and have my work featured. I am grinning from ear to ear! Thanks Cynthia

                        • reply Dede Leupold ,

                          Katie’s work is wonderful and inspiring! I loved seeing the pictures of her work area….What is the brand of that pasta machine? Think its time for me to graduate to a wider one.

                          • reply Jainnie ,

                            Great work! Thanks for featuring her. Love her color/pattern/texture combos!!

                            • reply Sarah Pennington of Hip Earth Designs ,

                              These are amazing Katie! You’re truly talented. I’ve friended you on Facebook- I can’t wait to see more!

                              • reply suzanne ,

                                her art is so wonderful and the color combos are pure eye candy!

                                • reply sandra ,

                                  the switch plates are fabulous and beautiful colors.

                                  • reply Joy Davis ,

                                    What a wonderful color palette Katie, It’s like a “taste bud” that got tickled but for the eye’s!
                                    I love your work and since I fancy unusual color combo’s I may try my own take on a few things…Because You have inspired me so much. That is a wonderful feeling, like you can’t wait to get up in the morning to set up your workspace, all the colors just waiting to marry and delight your eye’s and heart! Thanks again katie!

                                    • reply Sandra ,

                                      Yes wonderful color palette. The bear are amazing .

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