Helen Breils' bails

In some of her recent work Canada’s Helen Breil facets and twists polymer and gives it a metallic or glass-like surface treatment. This particular pendant, part of her Creative Bails series can be hung two different ways.

See just how twisted Helen has gotten herself lately. And see how quickly students make fashionable textured bracelets in her workshop.

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  • reply Alice Stroppel ,

    It’s a beautiful piece Helen. Love what you’ve done with your creative bails this year.

    • reply Sherry Bailey ,

      Cool effect!

      • reply Selma ,

        Everything that she does is amazing and unique! Congratulations! 😉

        • reply Helen Breil ,

          Thanks so much Cynthia for the post and Alice, Sherry & Selma for your wonderful comments. I was wondering why I had so many Flickr & Facebook contacts in my email box this morning. Thanks so much for looking everyone!

          • reply Elizabeth Collins ,

            Your work is so beautiful. I enjoy your texture sheets and plan to get more. Thanks for sharing your talents.

            • reply marjana ,

              i like this ..:)) cool

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