You’d be hard pressed to identify the polymer techniques that Washington’s Pam Sanders uses in her Paul’s Gift neckpiece. There’s some caning, some carving, some sculpting but the real strength is in Pam’s composition and in its strong, dark rawness.

She makes all the copper findings that carry the theme throughout her Urban Artefacts Jewelry line. “I love bizarre art,” Pam says on her profile. “Myth, magic, ancient cultures and fantasy novels are the inspiration for the art I create,” she says.

Be sure to check the photos in her Facebook gallery as well as on her website.

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  • reply Sonya's Polymer Creations ,

    Well done, Pam! I just had a look at your other creations on Flickr, and you manage to bring so much “instinct” over in your creations. Very unique – love it!!

    • reply Pam ,

      Once again I am blown away to se my work featured on Polymer clay daily. Thank you so much.

      • reply maezeppa ,

        I’m impressed – you are wonderfully talented. There is so much texture and dimension to the above piece – and more than a little mystery.

      • reply Selma ,

        Great work!

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