Wiggins mixes her media

No better way to start the week than with snappy, crisp, snazzy polymer clay designs from Angie Wiggins. Angie ventures into metal, fiber, glass and found objects but she can’t resist the lure of polymer. Polymer clay "solves my intense color needs," she admits.

"I was taught to embroider at the age of five. I have been a detail freak ever since," Angie reveals. Her jewelry, platters, and containers sing with color and will get your week humming.

The link is from Ronna Weltman. Many thanks.


  • reply Eva/le Loup ,

    Very nice trip with Angie!
    Thank you Cynthia!
    Is Ronna’s site problem solved?
    bye bye!

    • reply Melanie West ,

      Simply scrumptious work! Be sure to check out Angie’s paper work too. Her embellishments (especially with pc) are terrific, and what delicious colors! Brava, Angie!

      Many thanks to both Cynthia and Ronna (hi Ronna!!) for bringing this wonderful artists to PCD.

      • reply Ronna Sarvas Weltman ,

        Hi all. I hope the problems from my site are fixed. These things can be elusive since one of the variables is the software folks are using to run their systems.

        I added some new jewelry to the site a couple weeks ago. Anyone who wants to visit my site, I’d be grateful if you let me know if you have difficulties opening it. Happy creating, R.

        • reply jana ,

          Your site worked wonderfully, Ronna… I’m so glad you directed us there! Your work is so phenomenal….breathtaking, innovative, and fresh. What talent you have…

          • reply jana ,

            p.s. I meant to mention that I love Angie’s work….those bowls are great (love her use of color)!

            • reply Michelle ,

              I love Angie’s color sense; the juxtapositions of colors are vibrant, evocative and luscious…sometimes all in the same object! Thanks for sharing her work with us, Cynthia.

              • reply Marcie ,

                You have had a nice array of artists I haven’t seen before in recent posts. Have you been updating your artist list? Or maybe it is linked so that it can update itself.

                • reply Julie Picarello ,

                  WOW…now this is what I call eye candy overload! Thanks for the introduction to Angie as well as the reminder to check out Ronna’s site…always a pleasure!

                  • reply Karina ,

                    You Site and you creations are Georgeous and Unique Ronna ^_^

                    • reply Eva/le Loup ,

                      as long as my answer to Ronna’s mail was blocked as a spam!… ;-))
                      thank you Ronna and Cynthia, everything seems to be right for me now to get into the site.
                      See you soon

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