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Bardol on PCDaily

Delaware’s Arden Bardol is one busy polymer artist, selling her work through a long list of galleries, on Artful Home, and with a number of shows thrown into the mix.

And she’s been a repeat Niche Award winner and finalist (2014).

Her Wings and Windows brooch gives a hint of her training in architecture. She tried interior design and ceramics as well. Arden combined her talents and settled on polymer clay. She started selling in earnest in 2005 through her Art-Ture studio, a blend of art and architecture.

Bardol on PCDaily

Her 3″ wide Petals brooch is part of her current collection and comes in a number of colorways with companion earrings. Cane slices are coordinated, shaped and layered on their edges into a flower with small splashes of dots and dashes. There’s more to explore on Facebook.

Does Arden’s volume of work make you want to get busy this week?

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  • reply Ginger Davis Allman ,

    Wow, very unique. Arden’s work is a perfect union of form, texture, and color. I’d never heard of this artist before, so thank you for bringing a lovely distraction (and inspiration) to my day!

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