Here are two examples of a branch of polymer art that we sometimes overlook – religious art. The Lord Shiva sculpture is by Spanish polymer clay artist, Maria Saiz, on Craftster and Flickr which was sent in by Lea Hernandez.
Iowa’s Patricia Kimle has published a second web site, PreciousText, for her new line of fine art jewelry that is a source of encouragement and a reminder of faith.
Made from a combination of polymer clay and precious metal clay, her verses and sayings are the newest facet of her career that includes 15 years creating and writing about polymer clay.
Hello! IÂ´m the Spanish polymer clay artist who made the Lord Shiva sculpture……a friend of a spanish forum told me that you have posted it here, and i have to thank you so much for that!
I love your blog from a time, and itÂ´s been a big surprise for me.
Best wishes from Spain!! (by the way my name is MarÃa^__^)
For those looking for Judaica made of polymer clay please peruse my blog… I have many pieces from various artists… and more to show in the future.
Your pieces are breathtaking…and, thank you for lifting up the Word of Jesus! God has truly blessed your work!
Patti Kimle ,
Thanks so much for featuring my new site today. I’m truly honored. And today’s my birthday, so this is a great present!
Developing this line has been a joy and a challenge. After 15 years of writing and teaching and using every technique in the book, (and writing one) it has been a change to focus on one style and technique and develop a body of work with a consistent style and purpose.
I intend to keep teaching and writing along with this new work. I don’t know where my creativity and love of clay will lead next, but the journey has been great so far.
Lea Hernandez ,
Yay! Maria’s Shiva made the PCD big time! ^_-
^_^ Thanks Lea!!
By the way your drawings are great!
Lea Hernandez ,
Maria, you are a dear! You made my day with the Shiva, it is such a wonderful piece.
Wow. Shiva is looking good! Just…oh!