Playing with bright bits

Germany's Eliska Koliosova plays with shapes and bits of pattern on PolymerClayDaily.com

The way Germany’s Eliska Koliosova (fimeli) experiments with tube beads and plays with extruded patterns makes me want to know more about her and her work.

She’s quite elusive on her Flickr pages that contain mostly dreamy photographs with polymer experiments sprinkled in. Look at how she plays with shapes and scrappy bits in this necklace.

My interest in finding meaning in beads made from scraps has taken me to strange and interesting areas. I’ll be taking the month of November off to explore this phenomenon and write about it. No PCD for a month! 

Germany's Eliska Koliosova plays with shapes and bits of pattern on PolymerClayDaily.com

Writing daily is such a habit that taking a break scares me. This week and then some time off. It will be good for our relationship, right?

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  • reply KarenLS ,

    I’ll miss the daily posts, but go have fun!

    • reply Laurie Mika ,

      Cool beads! And you soooo deserve atleast a month off…..of course, you will be missed because you have added a wonderful thing to wake up to in the morning for countless clay lovers! Enjoy the time spent following your passion….xoxoxo

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