Vogel on PolymerClayDaily.com

Florida’s Lorraine Vogel (WiredOrchid) brings us a springy look with her combination of layered surface techniques. If lightly layered beach motifs speak to you, Lorraine’s tutorials let you in on her methods

Whether it’s batiks, transfers or a mix of media and methods, Lorraine builds over a light clay, adding and subtracting until she reaches a tropical mix of color and shape.

Here’s her freebie tutorial on StencilGirl to experiment with. Lots of examples of her sun and sand on Etsy, FacebookFlickr and Instagram.

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  • reply Lorraine Vogel ,

    Thank you, Cynthia! It was a thrill to see this feature while I’m on vacation. A big surprise! I appreciate your continued support of our polymer clay community.

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