Bishoff on PCDaily

Bonnie Bishoff’s totem pieces are each made of three ovals gently bent and joined together. She’s combined bits of her signature striped veneers to make her geometry jaunty.  They’re on a string in the photo. Tomorrow we stack them.

Here’s more of Bonnie and her husband J.M. Syron’s work. Bonnie often uses two-part epoxy clay to create very strong bonds between her metal and polymer jewelry pieces. They’re very lightweight and extremely strong.

We’re anxious to see how the totems from our group of artists with very different styles will mix and match.




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  • reply Karen Brueggemann ,

    WOW! I went to the web site you featured in your article and am I impressed! I haven’t visited Bonnie Bishop’s site in a long time and it is wonderful with beautiful art and jewelry. More creativity than I’ve seen all together in a while. Thanks Cynthia, for sharing and posting, even with your limited service this week.

    • reply Karen Brueggemann ,

      Sorry, I should have looked up the correct spelling of Bonnie’s last name before I sent the message.

      • reply Beth Williams ,

        Yay, Bonnie! So glad to see your gorgeous work being featured again…..miss you!

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