Jacqueline Cherie has retrieved her studio from storage and unpacked all the molds she researched and collected.

You’ve probably run across images in books like these that feature her polymer pieces which were meticulously rendered and based on antiquities, pre-Columbian images and Asian icons.

This polymer encrusted shoe, created for a contest several years ago, still stuns. Here’s a box and a small container from her collection.

Welcome Jacqueline back after her three-year breather and expect to see photos of her new works posted soon.

  • reply jana ,

    This news makes me very happy — Jacqueline is so very talented, and the idea of seeing new work from her is pretty exciting. Glad you got those boxes unpacked, Jacq ­čÖé

    • reply Tammie Crawforth ,

      Gorgeous gorgeous! Glad to hear she’s back at it. ­čÖé

      • reply Selma ,

        Greta work! I love it!

        • reply Trina Williams ,

          Glad to see that shoe again! That was a really fun contest and I got to go to the reception in Los Angeles even though my shoe was definetly not in the winner category. Learned a lot just doing it. Looking forward to seeing Jacquline’s work again.

          • reply Cindy Howery ,

            I love learning new polymer clay techniques!

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              • reply sandra ,

                Beautiful shoe. I like the Mexican molds on the shoe.It looks the princes shoe. Thank Cynthia you always finding new techniques to show to the people who are interesting to learn more about what we can do with clay.

                • reply becksnyc ,

                  Jacqueline’s nature inspired work is some of my all-time favorite. I have clippings of her boxes and pendants from years ago.
                  I’d be delighted to see any new work from her!

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                    • reply Tamera Davis ,

                      Wow! What inspiration for me. Exciting and fun!

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