Dumont’s decollage

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Christine Dumont introduces nature’s grunge to high style with her Birch Bark Bangles. “Trees speak to me,” she says.

Dumont on PolymerClayDaily.com

Her surfaces are smooth but rich with visual texture and minimal muted color. Her processes involve both adding ingredients to the clay and tearing away pieces from the clay.

She’ll be teaching several “Decollage” classes this year. (Think of decollage as the opposite of collage.) See her workshop schedule here and follow along on Facebook

Carved polymer bangles

Fago on PCDaily

These carved polymer bangles from Celie Fago jangle with silver, polymer, beaded and gemstone charms. The designs and totems add to the allure and make the wearer instantly exotic.

Celie offers a 4-day polymer and PMC class in October to create these bracelets in her Vermont studio. See how Celie integrates polymer into her very sophisticated metal work to create fabulous jewelry. You’ll find her on Etsy and Facebook.

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