Grigoryan on PCDaily

Barcelona’s Sona Grigoryan offers much more than this handful of Manuscript Beads on her Flickr site. For these ethnic beads Sona transfers flowing text and historic Armenian images to clay and forms the beads from strips torn from the flat sheets of transfers.

Lately she’s been constructing hollow organic beads and wrapping them with fiber or fiber-like vines and pods. She even tries macrame in polymer.

You can watch her work move from beads to sculpture to fiber and then to a combination of all three. She’s not finished with her experiments so we’ll visit often. Here she is on Facebook.

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  • reply Ronna ,

    Wow. Fabulous work. What a joy to look through the pictures and witness her progression. Her macrame in polymer is stunning. Love her ode to Gaudi too. Beautiful and engaging pieces. Thank you, Cynthia.

    • reply Wendy Moore ,

      Isn’t it wonderful work!? Magnificently organic. Thanks for sharing her Cynthia!

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