Breil and Benzon on PCDaily

The mashups that occur when artists meet are fascinating. Can you guess who came up with this collaborative polymer piece?

A sinuous, sexy frame surrounds a bumpy colorful geometric center that invites inspection. The result is a very natural, organic and flower-like pendant.

In this case, Jana Roberts Benzon flipped one of Helen Breil’s Big Twist shapes to accommodate a pod covered in Jana’s Fakir dimensional bits.

More mashups as the week continues. Check Judy Belcher’s recent book for more meetings of art minds. Got a pal who might collaborate with you? It expands your vision.

This mountain network is quite slow so delivery may be quirky. The good news is that there will be lots to share with you when I get home.

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  • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

    That is pretty magical, Jana. Color, design, texture…it’s got it all.

    • reply Debbie Crothers ,

      Wow great piece, absolutely love it.

      • reply Sherry Bailey ,

        oooh ooooh, I guessed right!! What do I win?? ;^)

        I love Helen Breil’s elegant but simple forms — something I always want to accomplish and she makes look easy.

        And Jana — it’s a never ending always changing landscape — and each new idea is amazing!

        Great collaboration!

        • reply Meisha ,

          Ahhhh….Collaboration with fellow Polymer Clay Artists is magical. Jana is soooooo creative and generous. I’m Missing you guys.

          • reply pinki ,

            that is so wounderful to see this combination Jana with her magic hands done it again she is the best !!!!! great piece of art elegant clean and beautiful !!!!!

            • reply Sandra D. ,

              Amazing creation.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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