Bishoff on PolymerClayDaily

Maine’s Bonnie Bishoff and JM Syron are off to this week’s ACC show in Baltimore. The wholesale/retail show begins on Wednesday and features more than 500 artists.

This necklace, called The Plenty is one of their new offerings. The smooth pieces are thin and glide over each easily. Though the beads are thin, they feel solid and elegant with a stunning array of colors and shapes. See the couple’s other new designs on Facebook.

Polymer is well represented at the Baltimore show. These are the artists I found. Let me know if you spot others. Let’s wish them a great show!

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  • reply Sue Sutherland ,

    Mary Filapek and Lou Ann Townsend will be there. They have started doing mixed metals with powdercoating colorwork as well as polymer. Very talented and extremely nice ladies that we’ve carried at Creative Journey Studios for years. Check them out!

    • reply cynthia tinapple ,

      Thanks, Sue. I thought they were exclusively powdercoat. Will look more closely.

    • reply Diana Reid ,

      Love the colours!

      • reply Joan B. ,

        The ACC Website indicates this is a wholesale show. I’m confused, since the above indicates it is “wholesale/retail.” Why the discrepancy?

        • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

          Feb 22-23 are wholesale, 24-26 are retail.

          • reply Joan ,

            Great news. Thanks so much for clearing up my confusion.

        • reply Carol Lessans ,

          Indeed polymer is well represented at the Baltimore ACC show. Yesterday I saw these other gifted polymer artists: Susan Fleischer, Karin Noyes, and Wiwat Kamolpornwijit. Kathleen Dustin is usually there, but, sadly, not this year.

          • reply Carol Lessans ,

            Oh, and Melanie Muir was part of a special Scottish delegation of artists. What a pleasure to hang with her!

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