Wiggins on PolymerClayDaily.com

When you can’t get into the studio, looking at what others are producing is especially inspiring. “Yes, that’s what I’d be doing if I had my taxes done,” I tell myself.

Look at how Angie Wiggins layers silkscreens over a juicy blend of colors. But Angie can’t stop there. Her inner embroiderer has to add a few bits that look stitched on. Oh, I’d much rather look over Angie’s shoulder than add up columns of numbers.

NadVal on PolymerClayDaily

Or maybe I’d rather follow Nadia (NadVals) lead and whip up some imitative turquoise. Those strands of tiny faux beads embedded in the middle of the pendant give the stone a more arty and authentic edge.

You go look, I’m pretending I’m a bookkeeper today (sigh). Some days are like that.

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  • reply Marian Hertzog ,

    I’m right there with you on the tax stuff. It’s like a black cloud hanging over me! Wish I would keep up with it more during the year. I haven’t tried silk screening yet but I have some waiting for me! Good luck with your paperwork jungle! Love both of these pieces of art.

    • reply Laurie Mika ,

      Working on taxes today too! Love the colors and texture in the switchplate cover!!!!

      • reply Edita ,

        Nadezda iz very cool master! I love her works.

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