Victoria BC’s Wanda Shum puts bugs in our system this morning.
Angie Wiggins assembled the results of her 100-Day Challenge into one 40″ x 40″ tribute to tenacity.
Her tiles cover a wide range of subject matter, styles, and techniques. Each one records her unmistakable marks and colors.
Arieta Stavridou’s polymer-covered teapot moves away from the usual cane-slice covered pot and turns toward sculpture. Her son has dubbed it a Flower Pot.
Germany’s Jana Lehmann begins your week with cheery circles of extruded strings of polymer that wind up happily next to each other.
Well, at least most of the strands are extruded. I’m scratching my head about the patterned ones. See for yourself on Instagram.
Altogether the mix of geometrics forms an eye-catching abstract pendant or brooch.
We only know the artist as Rashmi on Twitter. If you discover more about Rashmi, let me know.
While we know we’re a worldwide community, it’s still fascinating when you see how culture and spirit come through the clay. How does she do that?
Friday is StudioMojo writing day so I’ll leave this mystery in your good hands so I can concentrate on organizing the intriguing topics and tidbits that float by us each week. There’s always much to uncover and bring to you. Join us at StudioMojo.org for all the weekend juicy bits.
If you’re looking for sunshine and summer colors, head on over to Anna Nel’s site.
This beachy combination of layered luminous beads on a necklace wire has become the header on her Facebook.
On Instagram, you can see a whole range of her work and let the colors wash over you.
Anna’s working on some grasshoppers and the canes at right will make stunning bodies.