Fairy tales and artichokes

Lopez del Prado's fairy tale polymer necklace

Barcelona’s Elvira Lopez del Prado wraps and spins wire around her fanciful polymer clay flowers and baubles to create what she calls her Fairy Tales series.

Meanwhile Austria’s Eva Ehmeier (Hoedlgut) folds and stacks her polymer slices into undulating rows that create the cuff shown below from her Artichoke series.

Both artists are this week’s poster girls for thinking outside the box, breaking the rules and following their muses.

Eva Ehmeier's polymer artichoke cuff


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  • reply Jeannie ,

    The artists today are grand! I wish we had more PC classes in the Twin Cities area.

    • reply Anita Brandon ,

      Elvira’s beautifully crafted “Fairy Tale” series captures the imagination and soars!
      Eva’s unique and painstakingly crafted “Artichoke” series is a striking and beautiful as it is innovative.

      • reply Meisha Barbee ,

        The dimensional quality to Eva’s bracelet and other work is VERY COOL! I find an unexpected juxtaposition of both clean/modern and organic design at the same time. I’m a fan of Eva’s work.

        • reply onur imamoglu ,

          what a lovely things. they are very very beautiful

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