PolymerClayGlobal.com

Let me send you off to PCDaily’s new sister site, Polymer Clay Global. It’s the companion site for the brand new book, Polymer Clay Global Perspectives, and was created to help you find out more about the artists in the book.

Enjoy a look at the 13 featured artists. Try the free tutorial from Kim Korringa and explore the links to over 100 artists featured throughout the book which arrives in bookstores in July.

We’ll be adding to Polymer Clay Global regularly. The new site will provide enhanced resources beyond what’s offered in print. Pre-ordering online will get the book to you hot off the presses. Don’t forget to meander back to PCDaily!

Fixed the link! 

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  • reply Luann Udell ,

    Cynthia, saw your link to Polymer Clay Global this a.m. I’m in awe of all the work & energy you put into keeping polymer artists connected around the world. I’ve seen more new artists, new trends and new ideas from your posts than I have from any other source, ever. Delighted to see a book that builds from the groundwork you’d laid over the years. Congratulations!

    • reply Maureen Carlson ,

      I echo everything that Luann said. You have made a difference in this community, Cynthia.

      • reply Dawn-Marie deLara ,

        As someone on the fringes of the polymer world, I so love having PCD as a resource, when I need to know something (and can’t get to Maureen’s, thouugh she often just asks me if I’ve checked your site). You’ve always rounded up the best, so I can’t wait to have time to really look at this new addition! Congrats on the new book, and the companion site.

        • reply Dorothy Siemens ,

          Wonderful new website, Cynthia! I am looking forward to exploring it in detail, as well as the book. Can’t pre-order now as I am moving in a couple of months, so it will be something to look forward to in my new studio! All the work you do is such a great resource! Thanks so much!

          • reply Ronna ,

            Wow. The new site is thoughtful, interesting and informative. How do we stay alerted to new posts? I’ve already ordered the book and now I’m even more eager for it to arrive.

            • reply Carol Simmons ,

              Congrats Cynthia! Another great contribution to the polymer clay community.

              • reply Erin Prais-Hintz ,

                Bravo! I simply cannot wait for my copy of the book to arrive. I am slowly discovering more and more about this medium. Trying to make my version of the Art Bead Scene painting this month in little clay cane tube beads! Hoping to have those done by next week! There is so much possibility in polymer clay and I am in awe of these fine artists who are populating this book. It will be a magical resource for me for sure. And I can’t wait to meet Christine Damm in person at the ArtBliss this fall to learn all her secrets! Enjoy the day. Erin

                • reply Cynthia Clayworth ,

                  Thank you so much for the “Fairy Wing” tutorial! Such a great idea! Will go downstairs to the studio and start working on one right now!

                  • reply Lynda Moseley ,

                    Cynthia, you are my hero! I can’t say if often enough that you are our greatest polymer clay ambassador. I am so excited about the new site!

                    • reply Pippa ,

                      Wonderful, wonderful site. I can only echo what everyone else has said. I cannot wait for the book to come out, although we will have to wait a little longer here in the UK. Thank you for all your amazing work that you do for this wonderful community of ours. What would we do without you?

                      Pippa

                      • reply Tina - CreatedWithFire Studios ,

                        Wonderful, always look forward to more PC information ! Added your blog to Bloglovin’ ” This blog has no followers yet. 🙁 Follow this blog for it to get updated.” Looking forward to your update !

                        • reply Gera Scott Chandler ,

                          I am proud beyond words to be a part of this project Cynthia, THANKS so much!

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