Can’t mute Meisha

Meisha Barbee goes for granite on PolymerClayDaily.com

Meisha Barbee takes her bright colors down a notch for this recent series. She admits that she’s found a new love in Premo Gray Granite with its speckles buried in a rich translucent polymer.

She’s fond of thinning sheets of granite and overlaying them on other colors for depth. You’ll note resonances of Jana Roberts Benzon in the dimensional shapes and find other influences in the graphic stamps and stripes.

Still, the composition is unmistakable Meisha. If you want to see more, come on over to StudioMojo this weekend for video of some of her tricks and shortcuts.

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  • reply Luann Udell ,

    I’m increasingly intrigued by the power of neutrals, and Meisha’s work here is a great example. She uses them so expertly, you don’t even notice, you just see the beauty of her work, pure and simple. And when something LOOKS simple, you know a lot of thought has gone into making it look that way. Good on you, Meisha, I hope to see more!

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