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.

  • reply Cristina ,

    Very nice combination. I love this necklace. A great artist.

    • reply Patricia Kramer ,

      I love this artist! This is truely wearable ART!
      The rings are fantasic also!

      • reply Anita Brandon ,

        The combination of the faux rocks and felt work together so well! I especially like the “rough rings”, too.

        • reply Pauli ,

          This is ‘our’ Linda, her creations are amazing!
          The Dutch Polymer Art Guild is so proud of her!

          • reply Linda ,

            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!

            Linda

            • reply SaSSy & Co ,

              She is the best!!!!

              • reply marjon ,

                Linda!!! perfect, you’ve done it again girl!
                the Dutchies are coming!

                • reply Tavostia ,

                  It is so creative! I like idea of a mix!

                  • reply Nevenka Sabo ,

                    Really great piece.

                    • reply 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!

                      • reply Trusien ,

                        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!

                        • reply Finding good luck | Polymer Clay Daily ,

                          […] 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. […]

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