Carman's painting on PolymerClayDaily.com

It takes quite a stash of small colorful petal canes to create a bouquet like this polymer-on-wood painting by Forida’s Pamela Carman.

She’s textured the background on a 12″ x 12″ panel. The wallpaper and the red tablecloth plus the retro vase give the composition a feeling of depth and cohesion. See more of her petal power on Flickr, Facebook and Instagram.

Does Pamela’s piece make you want to create your own polymer painting? Sometimes jealousy is a good motivator.

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  • reply Christina ,

    Pamela Carman’s work is AWESOME! Are there any tutorials/classes????? I’m at the other end of the country in California, but there are planes…..

    • reply Pamela Carman ,

      Thank you Christina for such a nice compliment! Classes here in Florida, no tutorials at this time. Let me know when you are coming to visit! Please feel free to friend me if you are on facebook!

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