Loose and tight polymer

Dwyer on PolymerClayDaily.com

The painterly backgrounds on these flower canes from Maine’s Jayne Dwyer accentuate the realistic flower images.

The backgrounds are not just Skinner blends, they are chunky blends of companion colors that blend into brush strokes and set off the main images.

Dwyer on PolymerClayDaily.com

You may be wowed by Jane’s realistic scenes in polymer on her sales site here and on Facebook. If want to see what inspires her, visit her Pinterest boards.

Be sure to look at her latest teapot to see how Jayne gives salvaged items new life by applying her slices to them.

 


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  • reply Aims ,

    I just LOVE Jane’s look! I sure would like to see more of her work but thanks for sharing these and the links! I’ve shared them on too! Simply gorgeous work!

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