Take a sneak peek and be the first to shop at the IPCA Synergy2 exclusive online gallery! Exhibit chairman Marcia Laska has been gathering polymer clay work for the February conference. The exhibit celebrates the joys of collaborating, mixing media, experimenting and astonishing. She predicts that nearly 60 pieces will be included when all the artwork is in.
Choosing one piece to feature out of the 38 here was too tough. Instead I constructed a page of thumbnails that will lead you to the whooooole batch of fabulous delights. Click on the images for the details on each. Check the gallery page often, I’ll add more as the art arrives.
Even if you can’t attend Synergy2 you have the opportunity to own a spectacular piece. Anyone is welcome to purchase these works. Marcia explains how on the IPCA site.
Can’t afford your favorite? Enjoy owning a fine print of each of them by buying the catalogue that will be available for $25 (no shipping) in Baltimore. The catalogue will also be available online (with shipping).
Enjoy this visual treat that I hope will tempt you to add Synergy2 to your 2010 calendar.
Thanks Cynthia for bringing this here and setting it up.
Susan Lomuto ,
The pictures of the art in the Synergy exhibitor’s gallery are a fantastic snapshot of where this versatile medium – and the artists who use it – are going. It’s thrilling – so many wonderful pieces – so much talent and skill. What a joy to see!
Michele Norine ,
Beautiful !! Thank you for this lovely morning treat Cynthia!! I can’t wait to see more.
Maureen Carlson ,
What a lovely way to start the morning! Especially loved how individual artists stretched our ideas of who they are and what they create – and of course stretched the description of what polymer clay can do as well. Fascinating.
Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,
Marcia’s article with purchase information is now on the IPCA Web site at http://theipca.org
Amy E Wallace ,
Thank you very much for passing this along. Extremely inspriring to see how far people take this medium. I believe polymer clay is the most important medium ever available to artists. Other things led up to it, but no other medium has the variety of possibility that polymer clay has.
Amy Crawley ,
What a wonderful compilation of polymer clay art. I can’t wait to see them in-person at Synergy 2.