We’re off to California and Arizona which gives me an excuse to feature this cactus ring from Camille Young and to browse her assortment of polymer art that includes everything from barbed wire to video game themes.

The breadth of her interests is evident in the works that appeared in this 30-day art challenge. She moves from artichokes to stones to pixilated fantasy with enviable ease. What’s on her mind flows directly to her fingers.

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  • reply selma ,

    Another beautiful piece of Art. :)

    • reply Anita Brandon ,

      I’ve been a fan of Camille’s work for a long time. From barbed wire and cactus rings to dahlias, awesome floral collar necklaces and to leaves with paint, it’s all super creative and meticulously well crafted.

      • reply Deborah Groom ,

        This is dead fabulous. I love this sort of creativity teamed with great talent.

        • reply Camille Young ,

          Thank you so much! Such kind words :)

          • reply suzanne ,

            i’m a fan of Camille since a while now and just browsing through all her various art work is so inspiring!

            • reply Meg Newberg ,

              You’re coming to Arizona? Do you have a show or classes or something? Forgive me if I’m missing something obvious.

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