Liz Hall keeps refining her polymer mosaics and I can’t stop watching her progress. This brass cuff is part of her new tribal series.

Chips of iridescent polymer opal and faux wood pair up with black and white cane slices. Silver beads embedded in the black polymer grout add a dimensional touch.

Liz is teaching some of her tricks in a “Fillable Forms” class at the Cabin Fever Clay Festival next weekend (February 18) in Maryland. Registration’s still open.

Rifle through the sold items on her Etsy site to see what she’s been up to. These beautiful graduated polymer and pearl earrings slipped into the sold category before I could show them to you. Find more on Facebook too.

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  • reply jursvi ,

    thank you so much 🙂 With your help I learnt so many new jewelry artist names!! Her pieces are amazing!

    • reply Liz Hall ,

      Thank you so much for featuring my work, it is such an honor! The tribal series is definitely always evolving and I love exploring different possibilities with it.

      I’m also really excited (and a tad nervous) about my first foray into teaching this month at CFCF.

      • reply Kit Lockwood ,

        Wow! I like this work! I checked out her link and recognized the sterling and polymer work, too. “This is the same artist?” This mosaic bracelet has it’s own voice. Wow.

        • reply Janie ,

          LizI adore Liz’s work! She is on our metal clay team at Etsy. Her work provides us much inspiration. It’s been a treat to see her evolve this technique. I like this one the best!

          • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

            Liz’s work deserves every bit of recognition that it gets–she has a genius for color, form and technique that makes her one of the most interesting polymer/metal artists in the world as we know it–and durn, if she doesn’t have some of the prettiest horses on the planet.

            • reply Sandra ,

              Love love the earrings.

              • reply Barb Fajardo ,

                I just adore Liz’s work! I’m sure her class will be amazing…CFCF is lucky to have her 🙂

                • reply MOMENToCOMPLEMENTo ,

                  a work very nice!!!^^

                  • reply Pati Bannister ,

                    She is doing absolutely gorgeous work!

                    • reply Valendrane ,

                      This cuff is so incredibly amazing, the colors and patterns are just gorgeous! Liz, your work is so inspiring, it makes me want to do more polymer clay jewels every day!

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