If you can’t travel to the east coast this weekend, allow your fingers to virtually roam through the CraftBoston show to see some very cool polymer like these Karen Noyes cane slice bowls and this birch and polymer chest from J.M. Syron & Bonnie Bishoff.
Artists in these prestigious shows are often too busy to update their own websites with new pictures and you have to visit their shows to discover their most current works. (Click the images to see more.)
Be sure to drop by the booths of Louise Fischer Cozzi, Ford and Forlano, Mary Filapek & Lou Ann Townsend.Let me know if you bump into anyone else. Note that Kathleen Dustin was last spring’s best in show winner!
Lisa Mackin ,
I’m usually fortunate enough to get a chance to stop in to CraftBoston every spring. And each time I gush like a school girl introducing myself to some of the superstars of polymer clay. So much fun!
For now I can only dream to seeing some thing like this in reality! My country is really far away.. 😀 The works of polymer clay as these, don’t exist,unfortunately.
I love to see what Bonnie and her husband are up to. I took a class from her at Ravensdale ’98 as a relative newby and was amazed that she was using clay in furniture. Nothing much amazes me anymore yet there continue to be amazing things done.
Amazing.. I will some day visit a craftShow ^_^
Check out Curio Norwood in Norwood MA on Facebook. A new spot for clayers to sell. Lots of activity.