Holland’s north coast has inspired Linda Ezerman to translate her beachcombing with polymer and felt. Smooth links, faceted chunks and flat pebbles are joined with felted wool into a wild wearable beach.
The carving and felting and lost wax techniques
that Linda shows on her exciting Flickr pages promise to take us polymer rock hounds in new directions.
Very nice combination. I love this necklace. A great artist.
Patricia Kramer ,
I love this artist! This is truely wearable ART!
The rings are fantasic also!
Anita Brandon ,
The combination of the faux rocks and felt work together so well! I especially like the “rough rings”, too.
This is ‘our’ Linda, her creations are amazing!
The Dutch Polymer Art Guild is so proud of her!
Wow ladies, I am so honoured. 2011 could not have started better :o) Thank you Cynthia for noticing my work and bring it out in the open!
SaSSy & Co ,
She is the best!!!!
Linda!!! perfect, you’ve done it again girl!
the Dutchies are coming!
It is so creative! I like idea of a mix!
Nevenka Sabo ,
Really great piece.
Els van Haasen ,
Linda makes beautiful polymer art, she is so inventive! I can only join Pauli’s comment: The Dutch Polymer Art Guild is very proud of her!
Linda, what a wonderful piece of art. And you certainly are putting the dutchies on the polymer map! I totally agree with Pauli’s comment!
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[…] On the beaches and in the rubble of cities Linda finds her mixed media version of centuries-old remnants from a life that still shapes people today. Here’s an earlier PCD feature. […]