What’s Easter without peeps and bunnies? Here are polymer versions of both for your holiday weekend.
Denver’s Molly Cassell earned headlines in the Denver newspaper for her polymer Peppatar 3D diorama in the city’s third annual peeps competition. Molly used polymer for everything in the piece – the peeps, the drink cups and even the popcorn – and came in first in the contest.
Ohio’s Cody Goodin finished his polymer Bunny Buddha just in time. The bunny sits on lettuce leaves in the lettuce position, sharing his wisdom with the world. You can see the sculpture emerge (he didn’t start out as a bunny but his ears grew) on Cody’s blog.
However you celebrate, have a joyous and happy Easter weekend.
The Racine Art Museum had a peep exhibition – Love that Bruce Pepich! Leslie Blackford had an entry: http://journaltimes.com/promo/homepage/collection_444eba5e-3b4c-11df-80ad-001cc4c03286.html?photo=8
I love Peeps! Especially jousting in the microwave.
Cody Goodin ,
Thank you so much for featuring my Buddha Bunny on your blog. I visit it everyday to see what cool polymer art you discover. I am so honored. Happy Easter to you.