Chandler on PCDaily

Victoria’s Gera Scott Chandler works in dark, bumpy, rich coiled polymer on this bowl. You might have thought it was fabric at first glance. She scratches and paints and reveals until the colors release their magic. See more fish platters and bowls on her Facebook page.

Gera’s Fusion bracelets are made of two tubes that fit comfortably inside each other. The painted and textured semi-circles show a bit of metal leaf and mysterious shine.

Chandler on PCDaily

Gera’s a coastal soul and many of her muses and influence come from Canada’s rough west coasts and untamed beaches. She also worked with young children and takes inspiration from the art they taught her. See more on her site and Instagram.

 

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  • reply Brenda Urquhart ,

    Congratulations Gera…Love your work particularly partial to the bracelets…what an Artistic vision they reflect great colors and love the contemporary feel…Great Job…

    • reply Nancy Q ,

      Love both of these!!! Love all of your work

      • reply Gera Scott Chandler ,

        Thanks for the feature Cynthia! A PCD post is a great boost when I am playing with something a little bit different.

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