Debbie Jackson adds polymer jewelry to ceramic sculptures on PolymerClayDaily.com

Debbie Jackson stands proudly beside a sculpture by master sculptor Woodrow Nash. He commissioned Debbie to add her necklaces as finishing touches to his tall ceramic tribal art.

The sculptures sold so quickly at the Columbus, Ohio King Arts Center that Debbie didn’t have time to photograph her newest imitative ivory African designs.

Integrating Debbie’s strong tribal jewelry with Nash’s striking Africa Nouveau figures has been a natural collaboration. As with most successful collaborations, each enhances and balances the other.

Who would you choose as your natural collaborator?

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  • reply Linda ,

    I love seeing Debbie Jackson’s work featured here. She is an amazing artist!

    • reply Laurie Mika ,

      This is so fabulous! In May, I was with a friend who purchased a Nash sculpture at a gallery in Santa Fe, so I am very familiar with his work . Debbie’s polymer additions are a perfect compliment to Nash’s work…. BRAVA!

      • reply MaryEtta McGraw ,

        A visual treat. The colours, lines, and shapes are perfection. It makes me want to reach out and touch it.

        • reply Barbara Sosna ,

          Debbie Darlin’! You are a fabulous artist! ???????

          • reply Chris Owens ,

            What a great photo & showcase for Debbie’s work!!

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