Scooped polymer in Madrid

As she gears up for the EuroClay Carnival in Madrid on October 9-12, Natalia Garcia de Leaniz has unveiled this chunky, dimensional scooped-out bracelet.

It’s a companion to the folded beads that she’ll be teaching in Madrid.

Natalia’s Flickr pages are filled with snapshots of ideas and processes that she’s developed and played with. It’s like a workshop – but without the beauty of Madrid and the warmth of friends (sigh).

  • reply JeannieK ,

    I love the design and the colors.

    • reply Judy Belcher ,

      Natalia’s work is always amazing, so well thought out and beautifully finished. I have a few of Natalia’s pieces and they are so treasured!

      • reply Helena Segovia ,

        She’s one of a kind!! The same as my other periwinkle: Judy!!!!! I can’t help to dribble when I see your fine work!

        • reply Daniel ,

          Isn’t she loooovelyyyyyyy…
          Isn’t she woooondeeerfuuul…

          • reply Natalia Garcia de Leaniz ,

            Such a nice surprise when I paid my daily visit to this great site!
            Thank you very much Cynthia for featuring my work!! I am so happy to see one of my bracelets here. Thanks a lot for all the invaluable work you make for the polymer clay community!

            Jeannie, Judy and Helena, thanks for your comments, I am glad you like it!

            • reply christi friesen ,

              I had the privilege of staying with Natalia and her husband Daniel this spring in Madrid and I had such a wonderful time with them (not just wining and dining, but sharing some really fun polymer clay times with her and the Spanish polymer clay guild ladies. Natalia has a wonderful store in Madrid showcasing her jewelry and she also carries polymer clay supplies. This polymer clay stuff is everywhere! Keep it up gal!

              • reply ISAURE ,

                J adore ce bijoux , c est original, travaillé magnifique bravo l artiste !

                • reply Mary Richardson ,

                  I’m just learning so trying to explore different ideas.

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