Fractured polymer geometry

Missouri’s Dawn Stubitsch has started mixing her media in a new jewelry series that combines polymer with metal clay.

Dawn has been known for her super realistic polymer cake toppers and her tame and tidy graphic pendants. These recent energetic combinations of patterns, layers and materials represent a new direction.

Look more closely at Dawn’s work on her Facebook page, her website, and her Etsy shop. Libby Mills, who just finished a metal clay workshop with Celie Fago, brought the Dawn’s new geometry to our attention.

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  • reply Lynn Lunger/UnaOdd ,

    So many intriguing levels and patterns! Beautiful work!

    • reply Liz Hall ,

      WOW love it!

      • reply rmkdesign ,

        How intriguing–mechanistic and organic at the same time. I love the gear cutout she found (or made). Great stuff!

        • reply Diane ,

          This work is amazing. So talented. I am will be the first in line to purchase one of these works of art.

          • reply Dawn Stubitsch ,

            This has got to be from my daughter. Sounds like something she would say!

          • reply Loretta ,

            Very cool and unique! Love it.

            • reply Selma ,

              Wow! Wonderful!

              • reply Sandra D. ,

                Awesome talent.

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