Postgraduate polymer

An-Fen Kuo’s polymer and metal jewelry highlights the theme in “MAdness in the Method“, a group show of 35 graduating MA students from the reknown School of Jewellery, Birmingham, UK. The postgraduate students have undergone an intense process of problem solving, skills building, and researching designs and materials.

An-Fen Kuo chose to pair polymer with her metals work because the color and organic shapes she envisioned for her Organism Study were readily available with the medium.

Start your Monday with a look through An-Fen’s portfolio and a sampling of work on the Crafthaus website. That polymer is being included in the vocabulary of students of fine jewelry marks another step forward for all of us.

  • reply Sam ,

    Oh my Goodness, I am completely in love!! This work is so beautiful and makes me want to work hard at developing my art. Also very proud to say that my daughter is studying illustration at Birmingham City university! As you say Cynthia this work adds kudos to polymer clay art.

    • reply Debra DeWolff ,


      • reply Marlene Brady ,

        Her study, design and creation of Organic Shapes is wonderously beautiful. I agree with Sam, it really adds kudos to polymer clay art!

        • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

          The polymer world has become so exciting I can hardly stand it!!! Thank you so much for showing this one—must rush off to the studio…:)

          • reply Adriana (ClayCatShop) ,

            WOW!!!! I just visited the link you suggested ( and all I can say is that this has been a feast for my eyes. Beautiful organic shapes, harmoniously enchanting, with refreshing and fun colors, that add rhythm to her work.

            I am very happy that all these things are happening right now, polymer clay is the most versatile medium to explore and create art from your heart. 🙂

            • reply Georgie Galante ,


              • reply abracadabra ,

                Wahouuuuuuuu !!! AWESOME ! love it… really crazy

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