New polymer directions

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Massachusetts’ Bonnie Bishoff has tapped into a new creative vein with her latest works for the Minimal to Bling exhibition at The Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston. This cuff of flattened pebble shapes and these brooches that have a 3D tab-and-slot construction represent a couple of new directions.

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On the furniture front (Bonnie and her husband are best known for their polymer inlaid furniture), you can catch their work at the Fuller Craft Museum in the Made in Massachusetts: Studio Furniture of the Bay State show.

It’s easiest to keep up with Bonnie on Facebook where she dashes up pictures of her newest works.

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